Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you still want more information, call or email us at

What will happen if I just pay the fine directly to the court online?
When you pay the fine directly, you are admitting guilt and receiving a conviction on your driving record. This can lead to points added to your driver’s license by DPS, possible license surcharges, suspension, and increased insurance premiums. Even if you don’t hire an attorney, we usually recommend that you go fight your ticket in court rather than paying it directly.
How are your fees so reasonable?
When we go to court to negotiate your ticket punishment, we also try to negotiate the fine. If we are successful, we make enough money to make the trip to court worthwhile. Furthermore, as attorneys, we can represent many clients in one court visit.
Do I need to come to your office or go to court?
No! When you hire us, you can do it all online through All we need is the information you enter on that page. Once we receive your payment, we’ll send you a confirmation email and start working on your case. We’ll email you the paperwork showing that the ticket has been taken care of. 
How soon can you get my ticket resolved?
For many of our clients, we can get tickets resolved in a day or less. Depending on the type of tickets you receive and the congestion at the court, we usually estimate between 1-5 business days for your tickets to be completely resolved.
Do I still have to pay the ticket fine if I hire your law firm?
No. When you hire us, you pay one flat rate. We pay your ticket fine from that amount.
Are there any other costs or additional fees?
Never. The amount you pay us is the absolute total you will pay. There are never any additional, fines, court costs, or attorneys fees. We’ll pay your ticket fine out of the amount you pay us.
Can I pay by cash or only online?
Yes, you can pay with cash. Please call and let us know when you would like to come in and submit your payment.
Do I have to wait until my court date to hire you?
No. Attorneys are allowed to handle tickets in court every day. We can start fighting your ticket the day you receive it and we can usually have it resolved in 1-5 days without you ever leaving home.
What if I have a Commercial Driver's License?
Texas courts do not allow drivers with CDLs to have their tickets dismissed through deferred adjudication. Most CDL tickets are set for trial. We can do this for you, but it is more expensive and time consuming. We charge a flat rate of $650 for representation on CDL tickets. Please call us to discuss more.
Do you offer a money-back guarantee?
Yes! If we are unable to get your ticket penalty reduced from a conviction, we will refund your money in full.
Who is the attorney that will represent me?
Attorney Eric A. Ramos will personally represent you in your ticket case. He has handled countless tickets in San Antonio Municipal and Justice of the Peace Courts and has the experience to fight the charges and protect your driving record.
What if I missed my court date?
It is never too late for us to help you with your ticket. If you missed your court date or if a warrant has been issued, call or email us with your ticket information and we’ll tell you what can be done.
Will I have to take a driver safety or defensive driving course?
In most cases, no, but it depends. Texas courts require everyone under 25 years of age to take a driver safety course as a condition of having their ticket dismissed. If you are over 25 years of age, the court will not make you take the course. However, if your speed exceeded 25mph above the speed limit, the court may want you to take the course as a condition of dismissing your ticket.
Is my information secure?

Yes, we have secured our website with an SSL certificate. We also do not distribute your information and we keep everything confidential. We only use your information to take care of your ticket.