Main office: 725 E. Trade St. Ste 210 Charlotte, NC 28202
2nd Office: 101 N. McDowell St. Ste 206 Charlotte, NC 28204
5-Star Rated Law Firm
Traffic Tickets - DMV Hearings - License Suspensions
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Serving Clients in Mecklenburg, Union, & Gaston County, NC
For all other surrounding counties please call to see if we have availability to handle your traffic case.
For many people, a traffic violation is there first exposure to the Court system. You may be worried about the repercussions a violation can have, such as insurance increases, large fines, or even worse, the suspension of your license. Our office has handled thousands of traffic tickets, we have the experience and knowledge needed to get our clients the best possible outcomes. Our process is fast and simple, it usually takes less than 15 minutes to hire us for your matter. We provide online forms and invoicing for your convenience. Contact us today for more information about how we can help you with your traffic matter.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Are The Benefits of Hiring a Traffic Lawyer?
Some individuals choose not to hire an attorney because they do not understand the benefits of having legal representation. If you pay a ticket as it stands, you are pleading guilty to the original charge. In North Carolina, pleading guilty to a traffic ticket either in- state or out of state can cause serious negative consequenses. These Depending on the traffic offense and your driving history, Pleading guilty could cause an increase in your insurance premiums for a 3 year period, points on your license, and in some cases a suspension of your driver license. For some serious traffic matters the individual might pay
Do I Have to Appear in Court For My Traffic Ticket?
No, you do not have to appear in court unless otherwise notified by our office. Included in our traffic package is a waiver of appearance form that excludes you from having to attend court. You will only need to appear in court, if your case is moved to a trial court room.
What Are Court Costs and How Much Will I Owe?
Court costs are fees set by the state of North Carolina for certain traffic violations and plea reductions. It is important to note that these costs are seperate from any Attorney or Firm's fee to represent you. Our office strives to keep our fees low and affordable to offset the overall cost of hiring an attorney to fight your traffic ticket.
How Do I Pay My Court Costs?
At the conclusion of your case, our office will notify you by email with the amount of court costs you owe and instructions on how to pay them. All court costs are paid directly to the Clerk of Court, in the county in which you recieved your citation. Some counties allow their fees to be paid online through the North Carolina court website, while other counties require you to mail or pay in person.
What if I Forget To Pay My Court Costs?
It is impairative that you pay court costs on time. Failure to do so could result in late fees, fines, a suspension of your license or in some situations a warrant for your arrest. Contact our office right away if you believe you have missed the due date for your court cost payment. Our office may be able to take the steps needed to ammend your situation.
What is a "Failure to Appear" or FTA?
It is important that you do not pay any FTA fines without consulting with an attorney first. Having a failure to appear could mean several things. In most cases it means that you did not appear in court on your scheduled court date. However, sometimes an FTA is issued when a client fails to pay their court costs by the due date. If you recieved a FTA on a traffic violation, contact our office to discuss options available to you.
What if I Have a "Commercial Drivers License" or CDL?
Our office is experienced with the implications involving CDL drivers and the types of reductions they must obtain. Many CDL drivers are at risk of loosing their job or license if they plead guitly to a particular traffic violation. Contact our office today to discuss your traffic matter and options that are available to you as a CDL driver.
How Do I Get My License Back if it is Suspended or Revoked?
There are various reasons in which a person's license could be revoked or suspened. For most individuals it is due to traffic violations or the non-payment of court costs. Our office charges a nominal fee to pull your North Carolina driving record to determine what is needed to restore your NC driving privileges. Please note that without a driving record we cannot provide the most accurate information as to the steps needed and costs invovled to restore your license.
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Please call or message us now to receive an estimate to handle your traffic matter. Call us at (704) 243-9030 Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm or message us now and a member of our staff will respond as soon as possible.