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If a Florida resident was travelling in Georgia and got a ticket for speeding that was 92 miles over 65 on I-75 and the fine turned out to be 700 dollars is this legal?

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2007-12-25 22:16:28
2007-12-25 22:16:28

In Georgia, speeding is a misdemeanor offense. Any misdemeanor is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000.00 and 1 year in jail. As a practical matter, hardly anyone is sentenced to jail as a result of a speeding citation; however, it can happen. With regard to fines, I know of several jurisdictions throughout the state where you would be fined $700.00 (or more) for your ticket. If you have other questions about speeding citations or other traffic offenses, you can visit our site at www.ms-firm.com for more information. Sincerely, Ben Sessions Georgia DUI and Criminal Defense Trial Attorney Website: http://www.ms-firm.com

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