Hire Attorney Reginald Smith, a lawyer committed to keeping your Headland, Alabama speeding or traffic ticket off your driving record
Call native Alabamian Reggie Smith at 205-394-4252 to discuss your legal options before you pay your Headland speeding or traffic ticket!
For more than 35 years Reginald “Reggie” Smith has been helping motorists keep their driving record clean with no points reported to DMV.
Usually no court appearance will be required of you.
No points & No record
I am a retired State of Michigan Court of Appeals Judge and you could give most of the attorneys I have worked with lessons in efficiency and client service!
Mr. Smith, Thank you for your extraordinary service! I have received a copy of my dismissal. I am a retired State of Michigan Court of Appeals Judge and you could give most of the attorneys I have worked with lessons in efficiency and client service! Needless to say, if I hear of anyone requiring legal services, I will tell them " Call Reggie!
Barbara C. - Retired State of Michigan Appeals Court Judge
Nov. 21, 2016
Reggie was a pleasure to work with and helped us manage a difficult situation with ease
We needed legal advice regarding an Alabama traffic violation and reached out to Attorney Reggie Smith. Reggie listened to us, reviewed the facts, explained the Laws of the State of Alabama and helped us understand our options. Reggie explained what we could expect with each step of the legal process and we experienced no surprises as a result, everything happened exactly the way he said it would! He communicated clearly and followed up with us frequently. Reggie was a pleasure to work with and helped us manage a difficult situation with ease. I appreciate his skills and guidance and highly recommend him for your needs!
Sincerely and Thank You!
Jim, Atlanta, Georgia
It was a seamless process and he saved us a ton of money by handling it.
Attorney Smith was fantastic with our citation. Our daughter received it traveling back to Tuscaloosa. It was a seamless process and he saved us a ton of money by handling it. I would highly recommend using him. Sincerely I am!
Rick – Wake Forest, NC
It’s easy to start the Free Consultation process for your Headland ticket:
- To begin, please fill out the FREE CONSULTATION FORM or call 205-394-4252
- Once I know the details of your case I will make an immediate FREE legal fee quote for your consideration.
- If you accept my legal representation offer, by paying the legal fee and sending me a copy of your traffic ticket, then I do all the work representing you before the court. You will not need to appear in court.
- When your Alabama speeding or traffic ticket is successfully resolved, I will provide you with the final disposition, court paperwork, and any instructions to follow if there is a fine to pay the court to keep your ticket off your driving record.
Since 1986, clients have been hiring me to represent them in their Headland traffic and speeding ticket cases. I help them avoid missed work, auto insurance premium increases and travel expenses since they don’t have to go to court themselves.
I represent clients in all Alabama courts and usually obtain lower fines, court costs, and contempt fees in regards to their traffic or speeding ticket. My clients tickets are either DISMISSED, REDUCED to a NON MOVING VIOLATION or placed into a pretrial diversion program which will not appear on the client’s driver’s license record.
Attorney Reginald “Reggie” Smith knows the local court rules and has appeared before courts throughout Alabama for more than 35 years.
A clean driving record is extremely valuable, though many motorists don’t realize it. The insurance premium rate that you pay is based on many factors. Your driving record is carries the most weight. Any ticket conviction, even for minor infractions, will likely show up on your driving record which ultimately will impact and raise your insurance rates.
Attorney Reggie Smith helps Headland, Alabama motorists with legal representation with many types of tickets and violations including:
Failure to Yield
CDL – Commercial Drivers
Following too Close
Too Fast for Conditions
Obstructing an Intersection
Speeding in a School Zone