100+ MPH Speeding Ticket

Written By: Benjamin Goldman, Esq.


There are many hundreds of different traffic violations for which a motorist can be cited at a traffic stop. However, the most cited violation is for exceeding the speed limit. The typical speeding infraction is where a motorist is clocked between 15 and 25 mph over the speed limit. On rare occasions, motorists are clocked at more than 100 miles per hour.

In general, courts deal with 100+ mph speeds differently than other speeding violations. Some judges will order suspension right away, pending a hearing. There are a few judges that will insist on jail time. Other judges will not accept any plea bargain. A conviction of a 100-mph speed can be costly. The combined fines and driver assessment fees can run in the thousands. You can count on your insurance company raising their rates to astronomical rates. You may even become uninsurable. Some insurance companies simply reject clients with a bad driving record. If you are the recipient of a serious speeding ticket, it is most prudent that you retain a local attorney who practices traffic ticket defense. The investment in expert counsel will almost always pay off in the short run and the long run. If handled properly, the serious charge will be reduced to a much lower-level violation, and you will be able to dodge the otherwise serious consequences of a 100+ speed.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a law firm dedicated to traffic ticket defense. As such, we have seen a lot of high-speed tickets. Our firm has successfully handled many high speed charges, even some more than 120 mph over the limit. You can feel free to contact us for a confidential consultation.

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