A person can be charged with excessive (criminal) speeding if they are traveling more than 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit or more than 85 miles per hour on a highway. Excessive Speeding is not your run of the milll speeding ticket – it is Class 3 misdemeanor. This means that you are facing a criminal charge and if convicted, you will forever have a criminal conviction on your record.
An absolutely amazing attorney!
An absolutely amazing attorney! I have always been leery of lawyers in the past after some bad experiences that friends/family have had, but Matthew Lopez was the BEST. Probably the nicest and most down-to-earth guy ever, yet Matthew will fight for you till the end and get results.
I had to hire Matthew after a speeding ticket wrongly turned into a big situation. The moment I was done talking to him for the first time, I felt so relieved that I had someone with all the right skill to navigate the system for me. The court was in Casa Grande, but Matthew drove there himself every time for me (many appearances were needed). He was professional, experienced, and determined to clear my name. One time when I needed to file paperwork at the MVD, he personally waited over an hour for me just to make sure there were no issues. Long story short, Matthew Lopez and his law firm were able to get all charges dismissed! I couldn’t be happier.
If you find yourself in over your head and a victim of the system, turn to this guy… you will be so glad you did! Thank you again Matthew, you get my recommendation every time.