Strong Defense Against Speeding & Traffic Violations
You may have been cited for speeding on Interstate 95 or Interstate 40, running a red light in Dunn, Benson, Smithfield, Lillington or Angier, or careless driving on Highway 55, 301, 401 or 421. Whatever the reason or location of your North Carolina traffic citation, it can affect your license points and insurance rates. Talk to an attorney about your situation.
Have you been charged with a traffic violation in Harnett County, Lee County or Johnston County in North Carolina? That can mean points on your license, increased insurance rates, fines and driving classes.
Why were you stopped for speeding? Was the stop the result of a radar gun reading? We can challenge the equipment and the officer training. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to lessen the severity of the speeding ticket or have it dismissed so that it will not be reported to any motor vehicle department.
Traffic violations can add up. One speeding ticket is a small problem. Add that to other speeding tickets or points from other violations, and you could lose your license.
If you are from out of state and received a speeding ticket or another citation in North Carolina, talk to us about how you can handle the matter without returning to North Carolina. Remember, points will transfer to your state’s DMV.
Whatever the charge on your citation — speeding, driving without a license, careless driving, reckless driving, running a red light, failing to stop at a stop sign or failure to yield — our law firm has had excellent results for our clients.
If you are seeking a traffic citations lawyer you can depend on, an attorney who brings small town values together with a sophisticated understanding of the law, you can count on the attorneys at the Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry law firm in Dunn, North Carolina. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.