Atlanta Attorney for Racing on the Highway Charges

Call the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally for Defense

Engaging in a race with another driver is a serious offense under Georgia traffic law. These cases involve excessive speeding, and a driver may face up to 12 months imprisonment as well as fines of up to $1,000 if convicted. The extent of penalties may increase or decrease depending upon the circumstances of the incident, including whether the driver was involved in an accident, caused injury to another person or caused any property damage. Racing on a highway is most often charged as a misdemeanor. However, the particular case, the charges and the penalties may vary depending on the jurisdiction as well as what the prosecuting attorney tries to pursue.

Atlanta traffic offenses lawyer Matthew McNally offers a free consultation to talk about your charges, if you have been accused of racing or any related traffic violation. By taking the time to answer your questions and fully understand your concerns in this regard, Mr. McNally can help you become better educated about the situation you have found yourself in, allowing you to make a well-informed decision about your case and your legal counsel.

Because racing is a more serious offense than an infraction (which may be handled by simply paying a fine) it is particularly important that you work with a criminal defense lawyer experienced in defending clients against traffic violations. Even if it seems that your case is helpless and that you will face conviction no matter what you do, an attorney may be able to uncover evidence or a mistake on the part of law enforcement that can positively affect your chance at a successful outcome.

Contact the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally today for your free case evaluation regarding your racing on highway charges. Atlanta racing defense attorney McNally can offer you the legal counsel you need.

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