A trip to the courthouse often exceeds two hours. Some courts may require you to make more than one appearance. There are often delays in obtaining paperwork and seeing the prosecutor and/or judge. Fines must be paid. To avoid these time-consuming hassles, let us do the work for you.
Many courts allow you to pay a traffic fine online or through the mail. This is an ill-advised course of action, however, because the ticket will show up as a conviction on your driving record. Convictions are what the Texas Department of Public Safety and insurance companies look at to impose costly penalties against you.
We handle traffic tickets for the San Antonio Municipal Court, the Bexar County Justice of the Peace Courts, and many other courts in and around the San Antonio area. We will appear in court on your behalf and negotiate a plea bargain with the prosecutor. Our goal is to keep the violation off of your driving record. This is typically accomplished by deferred disposition.
Procedures vary for CDL’s, Past Due and Warrant Tickets, Construction Zone Offenses, High Rates of Speed, and Misdemeanors such as theft, minor in possession of alcohol, drug paraphernalia, and code violations. Do not be discouraged if you have these situations. Although the procedures vary, depending on the offense you are charged with, we have a great deal of experience and handle many of these cases. Our goal is to keep these off your driving record.
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If you have a commercial driver’s license and have received a ticket — Call us! We can help.
If you received notice of suspension of your driver’s license or are unable to renew your driver’s license — Call us! We can help.
If you need an occupational license — Call us! We can help.
Payment plans are available in certain cases.
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Our Attorneys at Law
- David P. Volkman
David Volkman has 30 years of experience as an attorney. He was born in Pennsylvania and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from Bradley University with a bachelor’s degree and a law degree from Southern Illinois University. He also has a master’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has been licensed as an attorney since 1985 in Illinois and since 1987 in Texas. Mr. Volkman is also licensed to practice in Federal Court for the Western District of Texas since 1987. Besides traffic tickets, Mr. Volkman also has extensive experience in bankruptcy law, wills, probate law, family law, and many other areas of law.
- Paul Talamantez, Jr.
Judge Paul Talamantez Jr. was licensed on May 6, 1994, by the State Bar of Texas and has been a practicing attorney for the past 21 years. A third generation San Antonian, Paul graduated from St. Mary’s University and Texas Southern University School of Law. He has an extensive knowledge in various areas of the law. Paul also served as a Judge for the City of San Antonio from 2001-2006. He now dedicates himself to defending traffic tickets and all class C misdemeanors.