OpenJurist

Traffic Ticket Cases Lawyers In Sweetwater Oklahoma

Sweetwater is a town in Beckham and Roger Mills counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It was incorporated in 2003. Named for nearby Sweetwater Creek, the town is at the junction of State Highway 30 and State Highway 152. The post office (zip code 73666), was established September 27, 1894. On May 5, 2007, a tornado, rated on the Enhanced Fujita Scale (EF scale) as EF3, travled on a path around 100 to 150 yards (91 to 138 m) wide and 7.5 miles (12 km) long. It began about 2.5 miles (4 km) south of Sweetwater and ended approximately 5 miles (8 km) north of Sweetwater, following State Highway 30. EF3 wind speeds range from 136 to 165 miles per/hour (mph; 219 to 266 km/h). It severely damaged several buildings in the town, including the church and high school, and destroyed eight homes. Elevation 2172 feet (662 m). It has an estimated population of around 103 people. The Sweetwater Public School District is one of the smallest public school districts in the state of Oklahoma. For the most recent data available, it tied with Boley for the smallest high school with 15 students. For a combined district, K-12, Sweetwater finished third behind, Boley (51) and Clarita (58), with 60 students.

What is traffic ticket cases?

A traffic ticket is a notice issued by a police officer to a motorist or other road user who fails to obey traffic laws. Traffic tickets generally come in two forms, a moving violation, such as exceeding the speed limit, or a non-moving violation, such as a parking ticket. Attorneys who handle traffic ticket or traffic violation cases represent drivers who have been pulled over and issued a ticket for offenses like speeding, running a stop sign or red light, mechanical violations, and reckless driving. A traffic tickets lawyer may fight imposition of a traffic violation conviction by challenging the citing observations of the officer and conclusions in making the stop and issuing the ticket.

Answers to traffic ticket cases issues in Oklahoma

The answer is that it depends. It is wise to try to separate the hopeless cases from those with a reasonable chance...

Your battle to beat a ticket or worse begins the instant you realize you're being pulled over by a police officer....