Free legal consultation with a Los Angeles Traffic Ticket Attorney
Call The Law Office of Pardoe & Associates
If you :-
- Have a traffic ticket or traffic warrant out of Los Angeles County
- Or GC Services has sent you a letter charging you a big fine
- Or your license is suspended because of a traffic ticket and you need help clearing it up …
We can explain to you what your options are so you can make an informed decision on what is the best way to take care of your traffic ticket, warrant, GC Services fine or suspended license problem.
A traffic ticket can turn into a big headache and can be very confusing – your license can be suspended and you can face ridiculously high fines from GC Services, a collection agency which the Los Angeles Superior court uses to collect money, – all this from a traffic ticket.
- We like to make your headaches go away
- We want to help you clear up your license and fight the GC Services fines you are facing
- We like to teach you what your options are, so you can do what is best for you and avoid being taken advantage of by GC Services and the court.
Please call us so we can teach you your rights and your options.
Call us at 310-285-1516 SE HABLA ESPANOL
- The best time to call our law office is between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
- If you call after 5 p.m. or on weekends, then leave your name and phone number and we will call you back as soon as possible.
Out of Town or Out of State
If your license is suspended, call us so we can help you determine what is the best way to clear up your license as fast as possible.
License Suspended & GC Services Fine
You have already seen a judge / Matter set for compliance
If you have already SEEN A JUDGE AND PLEAD GUILTY OR NO CONTEST on your traffic ticket and you did not pay your fine or do your community service by the due date and your ticket is now with GC Services and your license is suspended we cannot help you out of this situation and the only way out of this situation that we know of is to pay the heavy fine. If you call us unfortunately the only advice we can offer you is to pay the fine and learn from this experience and always pay your court fines by the due date after you plead guilty in front of a judge.
(Please note we cannot help you if you have already appeared in front of a Judge and plead guilty or no contest and did not pay your fine or do your community service by the due date and your matter is set for compliance and GC Services now has your ticket and is charging you a lot of money – the only option that we know of for you to get your license back is to pay this heavy fine, because you have already seen a Judge and plead guilty, and you are not allowed to see a Judge again once you are in this situation for failing to pay your fine by the due date – the court adds penalty fees for your failure to pay your fine by the due date so that is why your fine is now higher and GC Services won’t release the hold on your license until they are fully paid.)
The Status of your Traffic Ticket
Check your traffic ticket status.
The first thing you should do if you have a traffic ticket problem is go to the Los Angeles Superior Court website. Click on the following link :-
Select the option to Search by Drivers Licence, and enter your California drivers license number and your date of birth, then this court website will pull up all your ticket information for your traffic tickets out of Los Angeles county. It will tell you :-
- What court your ticket is out of
- The status of your traffic ticket.
What your Ticket Status means
If your traffic ticket status says warrant, bench warrant, arrest warrant or 40509.5 holds, then call us so we can advise you how to clear these matters up and fight the fines and charges you are facing.
Matter set for compliance
If the ticket status says “matter set for compliance“, that means your only option is to pay the heavy fine because you failed to pay the original fine by the due date. We cannot help you in this situation and the only advice we can give you is to pay the fine completely to remove the license hold.