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Lexington Traffic Ticket Lawyer

Fighting Your Traffic Ticket in Kentucky

If you have received a traffic ticket in the city of Lexington or anywhere in Fayette County, it is important that you hire an experienced traffic ticket lawyer to fight your ticket for you. Traffic tickets can result in costly fines and penalties, which can add up quickly if you fail to pay your ticket or fail to appear in court. In addition, many traffic tickets can result in points being added to your driving record, which can lead to increased insurance rates, license suspension, and even driver's license revocation.

At Oakley & Oakley, LLC, our Lexington traffic ticket lawyer handles all types of traffic tickets, including speeding tickets, reckless driving, DUI/OUI, and traffic tickets for driving without a license or permit. Our attorney has nearly 20 years of experience in traffic law and has handled countless traffic tickets, so we have the experience and know-how to help you resolve your ticket quickly and efficiently.

Types of Traffic Tickets We Handle

Our Lexington traffic ticket lawyer handles all types of traffic tickets, including:

  • Reckless driving
  • Seat belt violations
  • Speeding tickets
  • Running red lights
  • Stop sign violations
  • Operating a vehicle without a license
  • Operating a vehicle without insurance
  • Child safety seat violations

Learn more about your options by contacting us today at (859) 712-7365 or online for a free consultation!

Have a Question?

  • Questions to Ask a Criminal Defense Lawyer During a Free Consultation

    When you need to hire a criminal defense lawyer to represent you, it can be challenging to know what you are looking for. Obviously, you want your lawyer to be experienced, attentive, and personable. After all, who you hire matters. That is why it is so important you are prepared when you meet with an attorney for a free consultation. Knowing which questions to ask and what answers to look for can help you weed out the lawyers who might not be a good fit and zero in on the attorneys who will do an excellent job defending you. But many people who are in search of a lawyer are doing so for the first time. They have never been arrested or summoned to a courtroom before. Knowing where to even begin can be stressful in and of itself. To help you navigate the challenging process of hiring the right lawyer, here are several questions you might want to ask during a free consultation.

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  • What is Probable Cause?

    Probable cause is a legal term that is often misunderstood. Law enforcement must have probable cause to believe you committed a crime before they search or arrest someone.

    Probable cause is a particular and reasonable belief that an individual is:

    • committing a crime,
    • has committed a crime or
    • is about to commit a crime.

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  • Do I Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer if I Shoot Someone Who Breaks Into My House?

    If someone breaks into your home, the use of deadly force could be justifiable under Kentucky’s self-defense laws and the Castle Doctrine. However, there are exceptions in which the use of deadly force could result in an arrest for assault, homicide, or manslaughter.

    It is wise to understand your legal rights to avoid a weapons charge or murder charge, especially if you own a gun to protect yourself and your family from intruders.

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