The Holloway Law Group is well-versed in all Georgia and Cobb County moving violations. The Marietta-based firm, led by experienced traffic ticket lawyer Philip A. Holloway, is dedicated to providing thorough investigations into each and every case regarding moving violations. Moving violations differ from parking violations or paper violations in that the driver of the vehicle was currently operating the vehicle while it was in motion. These types of violations are typically treated more seriously than traffic tickets because they are considered to be more likely to cause physical harm to people and property.
Due to the nature of moving violations, Mr. Holloway investigates the details of each individual case. He draws from his skills as a winning traffic ticket attorney to obtain the best possible outcome for each and every client.
Highly-qualified Cobb County defense attorney and founder of the Holloway Law Group, Philip A. Holloway is experienced in all types of Georgia and Cobb County moving violations, including but not limited to speeding, running a stop sign or traffic light, failure to wear a seatbelt and illegal usage of carpool lanes. The skilled traffic ticket attorney also represents clients for more serious moving violations, including reckless driving, vehicular homicide and street racing. Mr. Holloway is also a highly-trained DUI attorney, working to protect his clients against any or all of the harsh consequences of a DUIconviction.
The Holloway Law Group represents clients for a wide variety of moving violations, servicing clients in Atlanta, Cobb County, Marietta, Acworth, Powder Springs, Smyrna, Austell, Kennesaw and Woodstock. Call our experienced traffic ticket lawyer and receive your first initial consultation today. For more information about hiring a proficient traffic ticket attorney or to hear about our payment plans, contact our Cobb County defense law firm online or call 770-428-2433 or 678-362-6177.
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