NC Speeding Charges
North Carolina speeding charges vary greatly in severity and potential penalties. “Reckless driving by speed” can lead to the suspension of your driving privileges, while lesser speeding charges lead to driving points and generally minor fines.
North Carolina traffic law is unusual in that a vast number of traffic violations you are convicted with in North Carolina are reported to other states. Both speeding convictions and ignored traffic charges in North Carolina may lead to the suspension or denial of driving privileges and an increase in insurance premiums.
We are skilled and experienced in using legal strategies to secure dismissal or reduction for many of our clients’ Raleigh, Benson, Knightdale, Cary, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, and Chapel Hill speeding charges. It is important that you hire a traffic attorney who knows how to investigate and in addition, is familiar with North Carolina speeding ticket ramifications.
A skilled speeding ticket lawyer can argue for the reduction or dismissal of charges due to mitigating circumstances. Additionally, it is important that your Raleigh, Benson, Knightdale, Cary, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, and Chapel Hill traffic attorney is familiar with the courts in the jurisdictions and can manage your case from beginning to end.
If you have received a speeding ticket in the Raleigh area, including Wake County, Durham County, or Orange County, contact the Law Office of D. Hardison Wood and we will take the time to educate you on North Carolina traffic law.
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