My law firm has represented countless clients for criminal speeding – also known as excessive speeding. Some of the more common ways people can be charged with excessive speeding is if they are traveling more than 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit, or if they are traveling faster than 80 miles per hour on the freeway.
People who call my office believe a criminal speeding ticket is really nothing more than a heightened speeding ticket. The truth is, you are be charged with a class 3 misdemeanor. If you are convicted, the conviction will be on your record forever. Additionally, I have represented clients who have been charged with criminal speeding because they were traveling more than 100 miles per hour and the prosecutor sought jail time.
I am an experienced attorney who has handled excessive speeding cases across the entire state of Arizona. One of the more common places people receive criminal speeding charges is in Eloy, Arizona. In my experience as an excessive speeding lawyer, Eloy police officers know that people are in a hurry to get from Tucson to Phoenix, or vice versa, and lose track of their speed. Eloy, Arizona is a speed trap. Police officers are looking for as many people as possible to charge with criminal speeding.
Don’t let Eloy cops take advantage of you. If you have been charged with criminal speeding, call an experienced lawyer at Matthew Lopez Law to help beat your case. We are available 24/7 and provide free consultations.