5217 S 51st St, Greenfield, WI 53220

Atty Justin Griffis Milwaukee DUI Lawyer

Wisconsin Traffic Ticket Lawyer


  • 28 Years of combined Experience
  • Point reduction
  • $250.00 flat fee
  • Clean up your driving record
  • We show up for you*
  • Specialized attorneys in Wisconsin speeding and traffic tickets
  • Over 4,900 successful outcomes!

Types of Wisconsin traffic tickets we handle

Speeding  | Failure to Stop  |  Failure to Signal  |  Operating after Revocation Operating While Suspended  |  Reckless Driving  |  Inattentive Driving  |  Unsafe Lane Deviation  |  Following too Closely  |  Excessive Speeding  |  Failure to stop at stop sign  |  Lane deviation  |  Turn signal offenses  |  Failure to yield  |  Driving without registration | Driving without Insurance  |  Driving without a drivers license | Hit and Run | Failure to contact authorities 


Traffic law books

Why should I get my traffic citation reduced?

There are three main reasons for getting your traffic ticket amended:

  1. To prevent your license from getting suspended. For example, you have 9 points on your record already and you just received a 4 point citation. This can lead to a potential suspension.
  2. Stop your insurance premiums from going up. On average premiums will go up by $800 dollars in the first year after receiving a traffic ticket and not contesting it.
  3. Time. We understand that your time is important and sometimes going to court can be a lengthy process. 
  4. Read more here.
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I was caught speeding with a radar. Can I still get reduced points?

Almost always the answer is YES. Most Milwaukee county attorneys should work with proof against radar, laser guns (LIDAR), pacing, aircraft monitoring, speed cameras, and unmarked vehicles. Most of the time the prosecutor or DA is open to making a plea deal. When in doubt plea out. tm. Amending your ticket will result in a lesser point citation with often an increase for the cost of the traffic ticket.


The benefits of our representation…


  • Prevent an increase in insurance premiums.
  • Avoid license reinstatement fees.


  • We appear in court so you don’t have to,
  • We diligently supervise your case to ease your mind.


  • In Wisconsin, drivers are only allowed 12 points per 1-year period,
  • The only charges applied to your license will be the amended charges,

Don’t lose your driving privileges!

What we need to know for your Wisconsin traffic ticket?

  1. Where did you receive your traffic ticket? (What court? What county?)
  2. What did you receive the traffic ticket for?
  3. When is your court date for your traffic ticket?
  4. How has your driving record been in the past?
  5. Any other details about the stop?


How does the Wisconsin drivers license point system work?

In Wisconsin, the driver’s point system is a method used by the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to track and evaluate driving behaviors. The system is designed to promote safe driving habits by assigning points for various traffic violations. These points serve as a measure of a driver’s risk on the road. Here’s how it generally works:

Accumulating Points:

  1. Point Assignment: Different traffic violations carry specific point values. For instance, speeding might result in 3 to 6 points, while reckless driving could incur 6 points. The points vary based on the severity of the offense.
  2. Accumulation Period: Points are typically accumulated over a set period, often 12 or 24 months. If a driver amasses a certain number of points within this timeframe, consequences follow.
  3. Point Threshold: If a driver accumulates 12 or more points within a year, they receive a warning letter from the DMV. If they accumulate 12 or more points again within the next year, their driving privileges can be suspended. If you are a probationary driver these points double.

How do I reduce the points on my license?

  1. You may be able to reduce your point total by 3 points for attending an approved traffic safety course. Only one reduction is allowed per a 3 year period. If you are at 12 or more points this will be the best case to get out of a license suspension.
  2. Hiring an attorney or showing up in court will provide the best case of point reductions. NEVER skip out on a court date. This results in default charges. Often what will happen is the points are reduced but the fine will be increased.
  3. Read more about how to fight a traffic ticket here.

Can you get a ticket for driving too slow in Wisconsin?

Yes, In Wisconsin, you can be cited for driving at an excessively slow speed if it impedes the flow of traffic. State law prohibits driving too slowly when it causes traffic obstruction. If cited for this offense, you may receive 2 points on your license.

Do your points carry over from other states to Wisconsin?

No they do not. Wisconsin also does not share traffic violations to other states. However most convictions are kept on record for a minimum of 5 years

Your wisconsin traffic lawyers

How your milwaukee traffic lawyers work to stand out

Expertise and Experience

Our legal team has a wealth of experience and specialized knowledge in handling a wide range of traffic-related cases. We have successfully represented clients in various traffic violation matters, from speeding tickets to more complex cases. Contact your Wisconsin traffic lawyer today or call (414)-427-6181.

Personalized Approach

We understand that each traffic case is unique, and we tailor our approach to the specific circumstances of our clients. Our attorneys take the time to listen to your side of the story, ensuring a customized strategy that aims for the best possible outcome. Contact your Wisconsin traffic lawyer today or call (414)-427-6181.

Time and Convenience

Dealing with traffic tickets and going to court can be time-consuming and stressful. Our goal is to alleviate this burden by handling the legal procedures on your behalf, allowing you to focus on other important aspects of your life. Contact your Wisconsin traffic lawyer today or call (414)-427-6181.

Cost-Effective Solutions

While traffic violations can result in fines and increased insurance premiums, our strategic approach aims to mitigate these costs whenever possible. We work to achieve cost-effective solutions that align with your best interests. Contact your Wisconsin traffic lawyer today or call (414)-427-6181.


Hear from the clients we have helped!

“I’m embarrassed to say but my family has had their share of speeding tickets. On one occasion I completely forgot about the court case until the morning of. Georgia not only represented me at the last minute but the outcome surpassed my expectations. She is honest and hard-working and I am now a loyal client (hoping not to need you too soon.) But will recommend to anyone who needs legal services.” – L.L.

“Awesome Law Office, Amazing results. Georgia and her staff were very open, honest and thorough, regarding a moving violation that I received. After I hired Georgia to defend me in Court, it was all In her hands and I didn’t even need to appear in Court with her. She came back with amazing results. I was extremely ecstatic and overjoyed beyond belief. I highly recommend Their expertise!” – J.T.

“Georgia is highly professional. She gave me hope and confidence regarding a situation that I was involved in a traffic accident. I will highly recommend everyone to contact Konstantakis law office and I am sure they are very good at what they do.” – S.B.

“Georgia and her team offer exceptional legal and customer service. I’m so happy to know that she’s just a call away if anything ever happens or comes up. I’ve referred friends and family and all have thanked me for my referral for the outstanding job her and her team did for them. Even able to reopen tickets within a year’s time to get rid of it. Traffic/drunk driving, wills, trusts, estate planning, highly recommend you contact the Konstantakis Law Office for all of your legal needs!” – L.L.

“Very pleased with the service and outcome with my speeding ticket.” – K.B.

“Georgia is one of the best attorneys I’ve ever seen she will fight tooth-and-nail for traffic tickets.” – E.Z.

“I had received a letter from Konstantakis Law Office that they would represent me at the court and I would not have to be there, which I was dreading to go to downtown Milwaukee and find my way thru the court house. I paid the Konstantakis fee and today they notified me that the moving violation had been changed to a non-moving violation and no points on my driving record. I was very relieved to have them do this for me.” – D.Z.

Wisconsin Traffic ticket lawyer questions

When getting a traffic ticket it is important to understand how it may effect you personally. If you are a driver who already has points on their record it is in your best interest to hire an attorney who can advocate on your behalf. This increases the chances of your case being reduced or completely dismissed. Read more about how a lawyer can help to fight a traffic ticket in our blog post here.

If you have received a ticket in Southeast Wisconsin county, contact our firm. You can schedule a consultation by calling us at (414) 427-6181 or via email [email protected].

If you fail to pay your traffic ticket, your situation will only get worse. You will be give a certain amount of time to pay for your ticket and if you fail to do that, it will result in additional fees, penalties and/or a license suspension. You will also loose the chance to reduce/dismiss your ticket. This will result in you being automatically found guilty. 

It may seem like a burden to have to deal with the consequences of a traffic ticket. However, you do not have to face this alone, by contacting an attorney you will have someone representing you on your behalf so that you are guaranteed the best outcome in your case. 

In the state of Wisconsin, points will remain on your record for 5 years, starting from the date you are convicted. If you are charged with a serious offense such as a DUI or OWI it will last on your record for 55 years.

Violating the restrictions of a probationary license can result in penalties such as fines, extended probationary periods, or even a suspension of the driver’s license. The severity of the consequences depends on the nature of the violation and the local laws.

No, typically the court opts to reduce your ticket to a less severe offense rather than dismissing it outright. For instance, if you were significantly speeding, they might change the ticket to a lower speeding offense or convert it to a non-moving violation like an equipment-related infraction.

For example, if you were initially charged with reckless driving for going 30 miles over the speed limit, the court might amend it to a standard speeding ticket for going 10 miles over the limit instead. This will result in:

  1. Lesser insurance premiums
  2. Lesser points on your record.

No, we will handle your citation from start to finish. You will get an email of outcome after we have appeared on your behalf for your court date.

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