Reduced Fines for Georgia Super Speeder Law in Cobb County
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
- Reduced the allegation from 75mph to 55mph
- Reduced fine of $305
- Accepted a NOLO CONTENDERE plea (avoiding points)
COBB COUNTY – Frederick R. Mann Jr of The Law Offices of Matthew C. Hines, LLC successfully resolved the case of a client in Cobb State Court today who had been charged under Georgia’s “Super Speeder” law.
The client had been charged with driving 85 in a 55 MPH zone on I-75, which would have raised the total fines and costs by about $300.
Instead the prosecutor agreed to reduce the allegation to 75/55 for a $305 fines plus costs total, and to accept a NOLO CONTENDERE PLEA (avoiding points)
About Attorney Frederick R. Mann Jr.
Mr. Mann served as a Federal prosecutor (Assistant US Attorney) in Miami for 6 years; as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami (State prosecutor) for over 3 years; and as an Assistant Public Defender in Northwest Florida’s 14th Judicial Circuit, for almost 13 years. He was in private practice 16 years when not in government service.
Mr. Mann has been a Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney since 1994 (24 years, continuously). Only about 3% of Florida lawyers are Board Certified in a specialty. Mr. Mann is fluent in Spanish as well as English, and has also taught law school as an adjunct professor at the Barry University School of Law in Orlando. Read more.