Bill Powers Discusses Driving 10-15 MPH Over Limit

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Hi, I'm Bill Powers and I'm a partner of Powers/McCartan. If you drive across our state, you may occasionally get into a speed zone where it is posted at 70 miles per hour, and you may have a habit of going 10 or 15 miles an hour over the speed, and I want to warn you about that. If you get a ticket, that's going to be serious. You could end up losing your driver's license. Under Chapter 20, Section 16, Subsection 10a, if you're convicted of operating a motor vehicle at a speed in excess of 80 miles per hour, on a public highway, where the maximum speed is 70 miles per hour, you're going to end up getting a letter from DMV, and that letter is going to say that you cannot drive in our state. Please, before you pay off a ticket like this, give us a call. The consultation is always free as well as confidential.

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