Hire Mr. Sheehan
If you decide to hire Mr. Sheehan, complete and submit the appropriate “Fee Agreement” form on this website.
If you want to pay by credit card, debit card, or PayPal you can submit your fee agreement form and pay the fee on-line by going here:
If you want to pay by check or money order you can download the paper “Fee Agreement” form, fill it out and submit the form, your documents, and the money order by mail. You can download that form here:
In either case you must provide a copy of the ticket and/or the court written notice of your scheduled hearing date, the completed fee agreement form, and the appropriate fee. Mr. Sheehan cannot begin work on your case until he has received all of these items. If you do not have either a copy of the ticket, or written notice of your Contested Hearing date, please be sure to provide Mr. Sheehan with your case information by answering the questions on the bottom of our “Fee Agreement.”
In order to fight your ticket, we must request a “Contested Hearing” (from the Court listed on your ticket) within 15 days of receiving the ticket. If this deadline is missed, you will not be permitted to fight the ticket
Mr. Sheehan can help you fight your traffic infraction or criminal traffic charge in all of the following instances:
IF YOU RECEIVED A TICKET IN THE PAST 15 DAYS AND HAVE NOT YET ACTED ON IT.
If you recently received the ticket within the past 15 days, you can hire Mr. Sheehan to fight the ticket and he will take care of dealing with all of the paperwork and court proceedings.
IF YOU ALREADY REQUESTED A MITIGATION HEARING
If you requested a “Mitigation Hearing” from the Court, but now wish to fight your ticket, Mr. Sheehan can ask the Court to change your Mitigation Hearing to a Contested Hearing.
IF YOU ALREADY REQUESTED A CONTESTED HEARING
If you have already requested a Contested Hearing by mailing or delivering your ticket to the court, you can still hire Mr. Sheehan to fight the ticket.
Please call Mr. Sheehan immediately to discuss your case and make an appointment at his office. Even if you have already attended your Arraignment (first court date) or your Pre-Trial hearing (second court date), it is not too late to hire an attorney. Mr. Sheehan is available and will not charge for consultation.
In order to assist you, Mr. Sheehan will need to review some or all of the following documents: Your criminal citation; written notice of your next court date; correspondence that you have received from the Department of Licensing (if any); and any other documents that you were given by the police, the prosecutor’s office, or the Court. These documents can be submitted electronically when filling out an electronic Fee Agreement form or they can be submitted by mail