I received a phone call. I didn't answer. The call came again when I was stopped at a red light and I answered the call. The police officer gave me a cell phone ticket when I was stopped at a red light. This is my third offense for a cell phone ticket. How can I save my license from being suspended?
The best way to prevent your driver's license from being suspended is to hire the best lawyer you can find to defend you. Apparently if you're a 3rd time offender you must have tried twice to go to court and have this charge reduced to no avail it is time to leave it to a professional. Of course even a lawyer can't guarantee you a result but in general the better the lawyer you hire the better the result that you will get. Most of us attorney's offer free in office consultations I would advise you to take advantage of one.
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Your best bet is to hire a good attorney. Insurance companies that look at these tickets similar to a DWI. Along with the loss of license, your insurance company may not continue to insure you. Distracted driving is the leading cause of injuries and Death on the roads today. Not only do you get loss of license but you also get 3 points on your license and it will cost you thousands of dollars and increased insurance premiums.
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It is also 3 points. There is case law that if you are not moving the law does not apply. But you will need an attorney to fight this most likely.
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