Hello. My name is***** am a licensed attorney and a former law enforcement officer and I will be glad to help you.
I am very sorry to hear about your unfortunate incident and the fact that you were treated with less than professional courtesy by the police officer who has stopped you.
Unfortunately, when it comes to the degree of the tint or other technical violations, it is the law of the state and municipality where you are driving that apply and not where the vehicle is registered.
Given the fact that you do not live in Georgia, but rather more than 2,500 miles away, I would suggest for you to either consult and retain a Georgia traffic defense attorney to handle this tint citation
or to simply pay the fine
, which should be minimal and would not add any points to your driver license.
Unfortunately, as long as this police officer can prove that the tint was too dark according to Georgia law, and unless you can produce a written letter from a licensed doctor that you need to have this dark tint for some type of medical reason, it would be an uphill battle to contest this ticket.
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