Robeson, Scotland, and Hoke County Speeding Ticket And Traffic Violations Lawyer
Paying the fine for a speeding ticket or other traffic violation is pleading guilty to the offense listed on the ticket. What that means is paying the fine can have serious, long-term consequences involving insurance or your continued right to drive. It is important to explore all your options before entering a guilty plea in the form of a paid fine.
Speak with one of our attorneys at Hunt & Brooks, PLLC. We can provide you with information about the impact of paying the fine. We can also explain your options for dealing with the alleged violation in a way that can better protect your driving privileges. With that information, you can decide whether it is better to fight the charges with our help. For a free consultation with a Robeson County traffic violations lawyer, please call 910-521-3413 or contact us online. Se habla español.
Protect Your Driver’s License By Fighting The Ticket Or Violation
If you have received a ticket or been cited for a traffic violation in North Carolina, we can represent you. If you were ticketed on I-95, US74 or another area interstate, we know how to represent you. We help North Carolina residents, as well as residents from other states, deal with alleged traffic violations and other criminal defense issues.
For people who cannot easily return to the area they received the ticket, we may be able to handle the citation by waiver. That could allow you to fight an unfair ticket, while avoiding the expense and inconvenience of a court appearance. Even before many courts turned to virtual appearances by necessity, we had mastered a system allowing us to handle all the elements of your case without the need for you to travel to us.
Fighting a ticket can save you the cost of the fine, but it can also help you keep your auto insurance premiums from rising and avoid the stress of having “points” on your license. Points are added to your driving record after a speeding ticket or other driving infraction. If you get 12 points in a three year period, it may result in your license being suspended. Another eight points within three years after the reinstatement of your license can result in another license suspension.
We can help you with all traffic violations and related charges, including:
- Reckless driving
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license (DWLR)
- Stop sign/Failure to yield
- Illegal passing
- Commercial truck driver violations
- All other moving violations, including passing a stopped school bus, aggressive driving, texting while driving, hit and run, following too close, failure to yield the right of way, running a red light, failure to stop for a siren, or driving with no insurance
There are many ways to run afoul of North Carolina traffic laws. A ticket should be considered an accusation, not a conviction Please speak with us about your case if you would like to know your options for contesting the ticket.
Contact A Speeding Ticket Attorney for Robeson, Scotland and Hoke Counties
Please call 910-521-3413 to schedule an appointment. Your consultation is free.