San Antonio Traffic Ticket Lawyer

Welcome to Texas Ticket Fighters. In 2018 alone, we have helped over 1,000 clients fight tickets in San Antonio and Bexar County Courts and we would love to help you as well.

We can represent you for tickets involving:
Speeding | Running Red Lights | Running Stop Signs | License Violations | Insurance & Registration Violations | Cell Phone Violations and more…

Fight Your Ticket in 3 Easy Steps

Send Us Your Ticket Info

You can fill out our ticket intake form here, come into our office, or give us your information over the phone. Our online form should only take you 60 seconds.

Pay One Low Flat Rate

The amount we quote you is ALL you pay. This covers all costs including your fine, court costs, and our attorney fees. If we quote you $268.00, you ‘ll never pay a penny more to us or to the court.

Relax & Let Us Do the Rest

When you hire our firm, you DO NOT HAVE TO GO TO COURT. Eric Ramos will personally appear on your behalf and work to keep the ticket off of your record.

Traffic Tickets In Texas

If you get a traffic ticket in San Antonio, you may be tempted to simply pay the fine and move on. When you are cited for failing to yield, driving without insurance, or speeding, you will be given a citation and you have several options. A couple options are to pay the fine outright, or go to court and fight the charge.

Paying the fine outright is not a good idea. The simple act of paying the ticket means you are pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge. This could result in a conviction on your driving record, higher insurance costs, surcharges added to your license, and even driver’s license suspension.

What to Do After Getting a Traffic Ticket

After receiving a citation, you should contact a traffic ticket attorney who understands the how traffic laws and courts work. We will work to get you the best possible result. In most cases, we can keep the ticket off of your driving record without you having to appear in court. This is usually accomplished through deferred disposition. 

What is Deferred Disposition?

When your traffic ticket attorney was able to negotiate a deferred disposition, it means the court agrees to allow your case to be dismissed and remain unreported to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) if you meet certain requirements. Deferrals generally are offered for a period of between 30 and 180 days.

During the deferral time, you must not be cited for any additional traffic infractions, and your driving record must remain clean. Should you fail to meet the requirement specified by the court, the offense will become a conviction on your driving record and will be reported to DPS.

What Types of Citations Result in License Points?

Drivers are often surprised to learn what types of violations could wind up creating points on their driving record. In San Antonio, some of the charges which can result in points are added to your driving record include:

  • Speeding
  • Failure to yield the right of way
  • Failure to use high/low beams correctly
  • Failing to use caution at a green arrow signal
  • Traveling at less than minimum speed limit
  • Failing to properly use turn signals

What Happens if I Just Pay the Ticket?

If you just pay a traffic ticket citation, you are pleading guilty to a Class C misdemeanor charge in most cases. In addition, DPS will be notified and two points will be added to your driving record. If you accumulate six points, you will be paying a fee to DPS, you will face an increase in your insurance premiums, and you may be required to attend a driver safety course. If you accumulate too many points, your right to drive may also be suspended.

We can help you avoid all of this! Contact the Law Office of Eric Ramos if you have received a traffic citation. Do not pay the ticket, instead let a skilled traffic ticket attorney in San Antonio fight the charges you are facing or help negotiate a deferral. You have nothing to lose because if we are not successful in avoiding a conviction, you do not pay us anything.

Google Review from Anthony Massey

Eric Ramos Law took care of my case without my lifting a finger. I used their online portal to hire and pay them. They emailed me the case adjudication promptly along with a thorough explanation of the case outcome (deferred adjudication) and what I needed to do next (absolutely nothing!) Smooth, seamless, and as painless as one could hope for. If I ever get ticketed in San Antonio again, I know who to call to my defense! I highly recommend Mr. Ramos and his firm.

What Can Happen When You Get a Ticket?



When you just pay your fine directly to the court, you are pleading guilty. This causes the ticket to go on your driving record. As your traffic ticket attorney, Eric Ramos will go to court, negotiate with the prosecutor or judge. In most cases, we can keep the ticket off of your driving record. We have already done this for over 1,000 clients in 2018!


A traffic ticket conviction can lead to higher insurance rates due to a ding on your driving record. When we go to court for you, we aim to keep the ticket off of your driving record so the insurance company can’t use it to increase your premiums.


When you get multiple tickets on your driving record, Texas DPS can assess surcharges to your license. This can cause make it more expensive just to keep your license and can result in eventual license suspension or revocation.

Frequently Asked Questions


Will I have to go to court?

No! When you hire us to represent you on a ticket, you never have to go to court!

Can you keep the ticket off of my driving record?

In most cases, yes. We have handled over 1,000 tickets in 2018 alone and we were successful in 99.9% of our cases. See our 5-star reviews on Google to see why clients love our results.

My court date is today. Is it too late to hire a lawyer?

No, it is never too late to hire us. If you hire us the same day or even after your court date, we can still help (and we don’t charge any extra).

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