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You could, but you would probably cost more money than it is worth. Be more responsible and own up to your ticket. 80 in a 65 is just a few miles from "wreckless driving" and if you would have killed someone because of your speeding, you would have a hard time forgiving yourself (unless you have no soul). Be careful.

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Q: Is it advisable to hire an attorney if you have gotten your second ticket in a year the first one was reduced to 5 over and you took a class to remove the ticket and the second was for 80 in a 65?
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