Tiger Woods Speeding Ticket History

Recently a search warrant was executed for the black box in the vehicle Tiger Woods was driving in his latest traffic accident from the Genesis Invitational golf tournament. Video from before Tiger Woods latest accident occurred shows him driving around.

Tiger Woods has had a long history of traffic violations. In November 2009, he wrecked his vehicle after his wife found out he was cheating. In December of 2009, Woods received a speeding ticket for careless driving. In October 2017, he plead guilty to reckless driving after being arrested for driving under the influence.

Some of likened Tiger Woods driving history to another great, Ben Hogan, who was injured seriously in a traffic accident. Tiger Woods driving history makes defending him much harder. Advice Law Firm gets difficult driving records all the time. Keep your record clean, if possible.

Tiger Woods well documented driving and criminal record maybe used against him, if criminal or traffic charges or citations are brought. Because of Tiger Woods history, he gives anyone trying to prosecute a legal action against him an advantage. Do not make your lawyer's job more difficult. Although they may know how to handle a driver's situation, in Tiger Woods case and in others potentially, the more simple and clean your legal situation equals the much more easy road.

If you or someone you know needs help with a speeding ticket or traffic violation citation, please contact Advice Law Firm for help. Also, please read Advice Law Firm's traffic ticket website, reviews, and blogs for further information. Speeding tickets including reckless driving can be difficult, but Advice Law Firm has a history of helping people. If the enclosed links do not open in another page, please copy and paste the below links into your internet browser.










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