If you received a speeding ticket in Nevada, don’t just pay the fine.
Skilled speeding ticket lawyers know how to examine the evidence, identify technical errors, and build strong defenses to get unfair citations dismissed.
Let us help protect your driving record and avoid increased insurance rates.
Speeding fines in Nevada range from $50 to $1000, depending on how much over the limit you were accused of driving. Points can also be added to your license, raising your insurance costs. Even just five mph over can lead to tickets. But were you correctly identified? Radar calibrated? Defense options exist.
An accomplished speeding ticket attorney will thoroughly review your citation for weaknesses in the prosecution’s case to challenge, including:
Experienced lawyers know how to obtain discovery, raise reasonable doubt, and craft a winning defense strategy. We appear in court on your behalf and aggressively contest questionable tickets. Don’t let invalid speeding accusations go unchallenged!
Our firm has successfully achieved dismissals or reductions of thousands of Nevada traffic citations for decades. We have the proven experience and expertise to give you the best shot at the most favorable outcome possible. Our speeding ticket legal services include:
Avoid increased insurance costs and protect your driving privileges. Contact us for a consultation and legal help fighting your Nevada speeding ticket today!
If you lose in traffic court, we can request a new trial before a judge to present your defense again.
We negotiate with prosecutors to minimize or avoid points that raise insurance rates.
We scrutinize certificates closely for any defects that invalidate radar evidence.
If convicted, we advocate for reduced fines by presenting mitigating circumstances.
We can arrange installment plans for any fines to ease the financial impact.
We ensure any ticket modifications or dismissals are reported to the DMV.
If the evidence supports this, we can argue you had a valid emergency defense for exceeding the speed limit.
Yes, completing traffic school may help dismiss or reduce specific speeding citations.
Inform your attorney, as tickets can often be dismissed if incorrect driver identification occurs.
Even minor speeding tickets can negatively impact your insurance rates and driving record.
Exceeding max speed limits by 20+ mph may result in license suspension. We help avoid this.
You are still responsible for any speeding tickets, even in rental cars. An attorney can help fight them.
No, paying a ticket is an admission of guilt. Contesting it preserves your rights and avoids fines.
Speeding Ticket – Citation issued for exceeding the posted speed limit. Fines and driver’s license points may result.
Dismissal – When a ticket is dismissed by the court, canceling your responsibility for fines and points.
Trial De Novo – The ability to request a new trial before a judge if you are found guilty in traffic court.
Radar – Technology that uses radio waves to determine a vehicle’s speed. Police must prove proper operation.
Calibration – The tuning and adjusting of radar devices to ensure accurate speed measurement per regulations.
Certification – Official documentation from a lab that a radar device is calibrated correctly and tested.
Evidence – Proof presented in court to fight a ticket, like device manuals, vehicle data, or calibration records.
Reasonable Doubt – The standard requiring prosecutors to prove all elements of an offense definitively.
Mitigating Circumstances – Information presented to the judge arguing for reduced penalties.
Plea Deal – An agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty in return for lesser fines, points, or dismissed charges.
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I, Molly Rosenblum, and the rest of our dedicated team understand how important it is for you to have accurate information during these challenging times.
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We are ready to get the ball rolling and work diligently on your behalf.
Please do not hesitate to call us at (702) 433-2889.
We look forward to hearing from you and discussing how we can best serve your legal needs.
Molly Rosenblum, Esq.