We all know that traffic tickets can have costs that can go far beyond the face value of the ticket. We can help ensure you get the best possible outcome.

You probably know that draffic tickets can add points to your driving record, which can lead to higher insurance rates. If you accumulate too many points, your driver’s license can be suspended. Certain convictions can require a mandatory suspension of your license. For these reasons, it’s important to contact an experienced traffic violation attorney. Just because you have been charged with a traffic offense, whether speeding or DWI, doesn’t mean you will be automatically convicted of that offense. Our attorneys have successfully defended thousands of clients receiving traffic violations in eastern North Carolina. The close proximity of our office to the Duplin County Courthouse allows us immediate access to documents and information you cannot find online regarding your offense.

Don’t Waste Your Time In Court

For speeding tickets and other minor offenses, our services can be retained over the phone or by email, and most times you will not be required to appear in court. When we take your case to court our goal is to seek one of three things: a dismissal of charges, a reduction of your charges to a nonmoving violation that would result in no points on your license or insurance, or a reduction of your charges to a less serious violation that would result in fewer points. In these situations, we will let you know what to expect before we take your case to court.

You Deserve a Thorough Investigation of Your Case

For more serious traffic offenses, we will want to meet with you face-to-face. This consultation is for your benefit. Facts that may not be meaningful to you could have significant legal implications on your case. A thorough initial investigation of your case many times uncovers facts favorable to your defense. We defend people who have been charged with all types of traffic offenses, including:

SpeedingReckless driving
DWIDriving without insurance
Failure to obey a traffic control deviceDriving with a suspended license
School bus violationsLeaving the scene of an accident
Contact An Experienced Duplin County Traffic Attorney

Contact us today to find out how we can help you. Here’s how to reach us. Se habla español.