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Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?
Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?

You’ve been pulled over by the police, given a traffic ticket, and told glibly by the officer to “have a nice day.” And, while the first inclination might be to take that ticket, crumple it up, and throw it in the trash, anyone who receives a traffic citation should take a ...

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