Florida Traffic Citation Attorney, 407-674-5732, The Tix Team





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Published on May 24, 2013

Florida Traffic Citation Attorneys - The Tix Team

Red light camera tickets can be very confusing (especially if you were not the one driving at the time) and some hearings can even last over three hours. When choosing an attorney for your camera ticket case it is vital that you retain one who stays abreast in current trends and has experience with past trends in these red light camera ticket cases, has a complete of the rules involving evidence regarding traffic violations, and has represented a plethora of defendants who have all had their cases result in satisfactory dismissal of the ticket all together. The TixTeam consists the most prepared attorneys in the courtroom when it comes to red light camera tickets, and there is no one you can count on more than us to help you get the verdict you deserve and defend your rights like they were are own (because they are) in a red light camera ticket case.

When you are accused by a red light camera of running a red light, you will receive a notice of violation of red light traffic laws. You are given the option by the city to pay $158 to resolve the case with no contest. If you choose to fight the accusation you will receive a $268 fine via uniform traffic citation. At this point, the TixTeam can represent you in traffic court and help you get justice. Give the TixTeam a call at 407-674-5732 or go online for a free case evaluation at (www.thetixteam.com).

The most common complaint we hear about these types of cases is that the person who received the notice of violation wasn't even driving the vehicle at the time the red light camera snapped the picture. The TixTeam knows, however, that it sadly doesn't matter who was driving at the time of the incident due to the Mark Wendell Safety Act that states that both the notice of violation and uniform traffic citation are both to be sent to the first registered owner of the vehicle. The state then holds the registered owner guilty of running a red light until they or their representative can prove without reasonable doubt that they were not the ones driving at the time the picture was taken.

Don't get caught up in the complex rules and laws of the ultra-controversial red light camera tickets. Don't get worn out by a three hour hearing in a court room full of people who say you're guilty. Don't pay a $268 fine when you try to fight a these types of cases yourself. Let the TixTeam represent you. We can help get your ticket case resolved to your satisfaction with the help of one of our dedicated attorneys.

The TixTeam will work zealously within the confines of the law to help you get justice and protect your rights. You can rest easy knowing that our lead attorney, Robert Hidock, has been working with criminal justice and traffic court cases for his entire career. We are dedicated to keeping you fully informed about every aspect of your case and guide you down the right path to a satisfactory verdict. That's why The TixTeam is available at our office (509 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL) twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week.

Don't let a red light camera ticket effect your insurance rates, stain your driving record, and don't let your rights as a citizen be dismissed in a maze of complex laws and miasma of lengthy hearings. Call The TixTeam today at (855) 849-8326, or go online at (www.theTixTeam.com) to get an evaluation of your case by one of our dedicated attorneys, absolutely free.



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