Grants – Milan – Cibola County, New Mexico Traffic Tickets

Grants Traffic Ticket Court Location

If you have been ticketed In Grants, Milan or Cibola County, New Mexico, and need help or information – Call (505) 877-8787 now. You can hire a great traffic ticket attorney to fight your traffic ticket. Whether it is a minor New Mexico traffic ticket, such as speeding or more serious offenses like careless driving, reckless driving or suspended or revoked license charges – if you have been ticketed in Grants, Milan or Cibola County, New Mexico call Glenn Smith Valdez today. Glenn and his team have years of experience handling New Mexico traffic matters in courts all over the state, including the Cibola County Magistrate Court in Grants, the Grants Municipal Court and the Milan Municipal Court.

Ticketed in Cibola County, New Mexico?

Interstate 40 or I-40 is the main highway across central New Mexico. Thousands of drivers are ticketed on Interstate 40 each year, with many of them ordered to appear in the Cibola County Magistrate Court in Grants. If you have been cited or ticketed in Cibola County, New Mexico, whether by the New Mexico State Police or the Cibola County Sheriff’s Department, you will have been given a New Mexico Uniform Traffic Citation and ordered to appear for traffic arraignment in the Magistrate Court. If you were ticketed by the Grants Police Department or the Milan Police Department, you will be order to appear in either the Grants Municipal Court or the Milan Municipal Court. Glenn Smith Valdez has represented drivers in all three of these traffic courts.

I was Ticketed, What Happens Now?

When your ticket was issued, you were asked to either admit guilt and pay the New Mexico penalty assessment, or to plead not guilty and schedule the matter for traffic court. If you chose to admit guilt and pay the penalty assessment, you will not be able to change your decision and you will have to pay the penalty to the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division, unless you can prove you were coerced into signing the citation. However, if you selected the court appearance option for your Grants, Milan or Cibola County traffic ticket you can still fight your ticket, or hire an excellent traffic ticket attorney to fight your ticket for you. If you elected the court appearance for your Grants, Milan or Cibola County traffic citation, you will be ordered to appear for a traffic arraignment in either the Grants Municipal Court, the Milan Municipal Court or the Cibola County Magistrate Court.

Can’t Return for Your New Mexico Traffic Ticket?

Many drivers who have been stopped for speeding or other New Mexico traffic violations in Grants, Milan or Cibola County, New Mexico are out of state drivers. If you are an out of state driver or even a New Mexico driver who cannot appear for your scheduled court date in Grants, Milan or Cibola County, call Glenn Smith Valdez at (505) 877-8787. A very experienced traffic lawyer, Mr. Valdez knows the rules and procedures to allow you to avoid a return to traffic court in Grants, Milan or Cibola County. Mr. Valdez and his team have represented many drivers unable to appear for their traffic court dates in Cibola County Magistrate Court. If you hire Glenn as your New Mexico Traffic ticket lawyer, he and his team will file the motions and pleadings needed to keep you from appearing for your initial Grants, Milan or Cibola County Magistrate Court date. After waiving your initial appearance, (the date written on the traffic citation), Mr. Valdez and his team will work to make sure you never have to return to New Mexico for court. A great New Mexico traffic lawyer, Glenn will also file motions to allow you to appear by phone for your Grants, Milan or Cibola County, New Mexico traffic ticket, or, if you prefer, waive your appearance and allow him to appear on your behalf when your traffic court date is scheduled.

We Can Help you Waive your Appearance

When Mr. Valdez waives your appearance and appears for you in Grants, Milan or the Cibola County Magistrate Court, he will negotiate with the Officer on your behalf. Mr. Valdez is often able to get New Mexico police to agree to dismiss traffic tickets for his clients. In some cases, he can arrange for you to attend driver’s school, make a donation in lieu of a fine or find other ways to keep your Grants, Milan or Cibola County ticket off your record. When you hire Mr. Valdez to waive your appearance and appear on your behalf, he will keep you updated on the case and will always work hard to meet your expectations, whether it is keeping your driving record clean, or avoiding traffic ticket convictions that can affect your insurance rates.

We Can File Motions to Appear by Phone

Many drivers cited in Grants, Milan or Cibola County New Mexico want to appear for their traffic court date by phone. While phone appearances are rare in many New Mexico traffic courts, Glenn Smith Valdez can file a motion to allow your telephonic appearance. If the Judge grants the motion to appear by phone, Mr. Valdez will appear for you and conduct your Grants, Milan or Cibola County traffic court trial by phone. Mr. Valdez will represent you in your telephonic trial — he will present your case, cross examine the officer and argue for acquittal or dismissal. If the officer does not appear, Mr. Valdez will make a motion for dismissal of your traffic charge. Mr. Valdez is an excellent trial attorney and will use those skills to fight your Grants, Milan or Cibola County traffic case.

Get an Experienced New Mexico Traffic Attorney

You can hire a great traffic ticket lawyer to represent you in your Grants, Milan or Cibola County traffic court case. Speeding and other minor New Mexico traffic violations, or more serious traffic violations like reckless or careless driving – a great traffic lawyer can fight these charges and often keep them off your record. Glenn Smith Valdez has represented hundreds of drivers in their New Mexico traffic ticket cases. Glenn is the experienced fighter you want when you need a traffic ticket lawyer to represent you in your Grants, Milan or Cibola County New Mexico traffic case.

Grants, Milan or Cibola County New Mexico Warrant?

If you fail to appear for your NM court date whether it is in Grants Municipal Court, Milan Municipal Court or the Cibola County Magistrate Court in Grants, you may have a Warrant for your arrest. In New Mexico, when a driver signs a citation promising to appear in court for speeding or other traffic violations, they must appear or hire an attorney to appear for them. If the driver fails to appear as ordered, the Cibola County Magistrate Court in Grants or the Municipal Court of Grants or Milan Municipal Court will issue a traffic warrant or bench warrant for their arrest. If the driver is later contacted by police anywhere and those officers run a background check, they will be informed of the New Mexico traffic warrant and the driver may be immediately arrested.

We Help Cancel or Quash Your New Mexico Traffic Warrant

We have helped many people deal with New Mexico warrants. We will file the appropriate motions to cancel the warrant. We then represent our clients in either the Grants Municipal, Milan Municipal or Cibola County Magistrate Court and can do this without the need for an expensive return trip to New Mexico. After the warrant is cancelled, the original New Mexico ticket is still pending, and we will help you contest the underlying New Mexico citation. Just because you have a New Mexico warrant doesn’t mean you cannot keep the original ticket off your record. It isn’t to late to fight your Cibola County traffic case, even if you have a warrant. Call Glenn Smith Valdez at (505) 877-8787 and put him to work on your Cibola County, Grants or Milan traffic warrant today.

Suspended Driver’s License?

When a New Mexico court issues a bench warrant in a traffic case, the Court will usually send a letter to the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division, informing the New Mexico MVD of the failure to appear. The New Mexico MVD will then suspend the New Mexico driving privilege of an out of state driver or the New Mexico driver’s license of a New Mexico driver. If you are a New Mexico driver and are caught driving while suspended, you will face severe penalties including a mandatory 7 day jail term and an additional one year suspension. If you are an out of state driver and your NM driving privilege is suspended, your home state will receive notice of the New Mexico suspension. Most states will not reissue or renew your a license after being notified of New Mexico Suspension and some may even suspend your home state license. If you discover your license is being held or suspended because of a Grants, Milan or Cibola County Magistrate Court failure to appear, Call Glenn Smith Valdez immediately. Mr. Valdez and his team have extensive experience in helping drivers reinstate their driver’s licenses. Not only will Mr. Valdez contact the Grants Municipal Court, Milan Municipal Court or the Cibola County Magistrate Court to secure the clearance needed to reinstate your license, he and his team understand the policies and procedures of the New Mexico MVD. Glenn and his team will file the necessary paperwork to have the New Mexico MVD lift the suspension and reinstate your license.

Call Glenn Smith Valdez Today!

If your Grants, Milan or Cibola County New Mexico traffic citation has you worried, confused or frustrated, call today and hire an expert New Mexico Traffic ticket lawyer. Mr. Valdez and his team have the experience and expertise to represent you in any New Mexico traffic issue, from speeding, no insurance or other minor New Mexico citations to more serious New Mexico traffic violations like careless driving or reckless driving. If you are facing a traffic ticket, traffic warrant or driver’s license suspension in Grants, Milan or Cibola County, New Mexico, Glenn and his team can help, often without the need for you to return to New Mexico for traffic court.

 

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