Traffic Court in Fresno

Anyone can get distracted momentarily or can miss a speed limit sign. California is notorious for its speed traps – areas with signs that are poorly illuminated or barely visible – where officers sit in wait to snag drivers unfairly. There are legitimate reasons why you might end up on the backside of a speeding ticket in and around Fresno.
Traffic violations of any kind in Fresno are costly. The base fine starts at over $35 and quickly increases into hundreds of dollars due to endless penalty assessments:
• Emergency medical services fund penalty assessment – 20% of the base fine
• DNA identification fund penalty assessment – 40% of base fine
• County penalty assessment – 70% of the base fine
• State penalty assessment – 100% of the base fine
This is why it’s so important to fight your traffic ticket as soon as possible. Contact our experienced team of traffic ticket attorneys.
Where is Traffic Court in Fresno
If you’re worried about spending too much time traveling to a California court, let TicketWarrior help. There’s a traffic court directly in Fresno to hear your case, located at the M Street Courthouse at 2317 Tuolumne Street in Fresno. It’s likely that you’ll receive a notification informing you to appear or pay bail, but it’s best not to wait to start fighting your case.
What To Expect With a Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Whether you’re contesting a speeding ticket or a red light camera ticket, our team of traffic lawyers can help you in traffic ticket court. We can interview witnesses, present evidence, and file motions to dismiss because of sloppy or incomplete police work. Our over 20 years of successfully helping motorists win cases is a plus.
If you have received a traffic ticket, contact TicketWarrior right away at 1-661-322-5833

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