Traffic Infractions

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What We Do

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Traffic Infractions & Insurance Increase with Driving Points

Will my infraction affect my insurance?

If you’ve received an infraction, you have a mere 20 days (7 days for DUI) to respond and request a hearing before the court.  If you’ve been mailed your infraction, rather than a hand delivery from an officer, you have 18 days to respond and request a hearing before the court.

​Infractions affect your insurance costs.  Hiring an attorney to fight your infraction could reduce your insurance costs for years.  Your attorney will request a hearing and either negotiate your case or conduct an evidentiary hearing where the state/city/municipality will have to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that you committed an infraction.

​If you are eligible, you can request a deferral from the court once every 7 years. It can be your one get out of jail free card for a traffic ticket. Most drivers are eligible for 1 moving violation deferral and 1 non-moving violation deferral every 7 years. If you are granted a deferral by the court, your original traffic infraction will be dismissed following the completion of a 6 to 12 month driving period with no additional traffic violations.

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3326 160th Avenue SE Ste. 215 Bellevue, Washington 98008



Representation for criminal charges is based on a flat rate fee.  We understand that criminal charges aren’t usually planned.  Our office can work with you by accepting payment plans.  We accept Visa, Mastercard, American express, Money Orders and Cash.