I got 4 speeding tickets within a 1 year period. I didn't think that was a big deal, but it turns out that was enough to get my driver's license suspended for 3 months. Living without a license for that long would've been a nightmare for me, and I didn't even want to think about the fallout from the insurance company (higher rates, having to file an SR-22, etc.). So, after freaking out for a couple of days and doing a copious amount of internet research on my own, I decided to call an attorney and see what could be done.
I called Stacey on the morning of 6/1/15, and right from the start, she set my mind at ease. She was friendly, knowledgeable, compassionate about my situation, and did a great job of explaining everything in layman's terms. After taking the time to look up my driving history (at no charge), she suggested a plan of action and laid out all of her fees up front in the event that I wanted to proceed. Often, you hear about how expensive it is to hire a lawyer, but her fees were very reasonable, and low compared to what a suspended license might have cost me.
Once I indicated I was ready to move forward, Stacey immediately filed motions on my behalf, and got me a court date for 6/9/15 (just 8 days after our initial consultation!). I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty worried. My situation is a little more complicated than I'll go into here, and my chances of avoiding suspension were probably a little questionable as a result, but Stacey managed to get me through. She communicated with me through texts and e-mail right up until the court date, and on the day of she came through like a champ! Just this morning (6/17/15), she texted me to confirm that my pending suspension had been lifted, and all is well.
Stacey saved my license and managed to turn a stressful situation, which could've been a nightmare for me, into a not-so-scary experience. I think I've definitely learned my lesson when it comes to breaking the speed limit, but if I ever need an attorney again, she'll definitely be my first call. I highly recommend her!