Pro Bono Speeding Ticket Defense

Pro Bono Speeding Ticket Defense

Thank you for visiting the Kreger Thacker Law Firm’s pro bono speeding ticket defense page.

Pro Bono Speeding Ticket Defense

We believe that all people, irrespective of financial resources, deserve access to quality legal representation.  As a result, we provide free representation for people who fall below the Federal Poverty Guideline.  Please note that we offer free legal services, but we are not able to pay your court costs or fine.  You will have to pay us your court costs and fine in advance; however, we will attempt to get your court costs and fine waived.  If we are successful in getting your court costs and fine waived, we will return all money that you have paid us.

The Federal Poverty Guideline is provided below.

Family Size Annual Income
1 $10,830
2 $14,570
3 $18,310
4 $22,050
5 $25,790
6 $29,530
7 $33,270
8 $37,010

If you find that your annual income based on you family size is below the “Annual Income” in the table above, you may qualify for our free representation.  Please answer the questions below, and also prepare to deliver copies of the most recent federal tax return and copies of the most recent pay stubs for each member of your household.  You can deliver copies of tax returns and pay stubs by email at speeding@kregerthacker.com, or by fax at 888-812-9380.  We do not accept copies by mail.

Once we have received copies of your tax returns and pay stubs, and have reviewed your answers to the questions below, we will contact you to confirm that we have accepted your case.  Please note, YOU HAVE TO APPEAR AT YOUR SCHEDULED COURT DATE, and no attorney-client relationship exists between you and Kreger Thacker LLP, until we (i) inform you in writing that we have accepted your case, (ii) receive your signed engagement letter (which we will provide to you once we accept your case) and (iii) receive payment of your court costs and fine.  CLICKING SUBMIT ON THIS PAGE DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YOU AND KREGER THACKER LLP, and does not mean you don’t have to appear at your scheduled court date.