Do Not Ignore Traffic Violation Charges
A single traffic citation may seem insignificant at first. Most people simply pay the fine and forget about the ticket. Unfortunately, traffic violations can have serious consequences. In addition to heavy fines, some violations carry the possibility of jail time or driver’s license revocation. Your insurance rates can also skyrocket, causing an additional burden on your finances. Speaking with an experienced attorney will help you fully understand your situation and your options.
At Dickerson Law Firm, our father-daughter attorney team has more than 60 years of combined legal experience representing people in north-central North Carolina. We are ready to defend you against traffic violation charges. Whether you have a speeding ticket or face more serious charges, we will stand by your side to defend your rights.
You Have The Right To Defend Yourself
When you pay a traffic ticket, you plead guilty to the underlying offense. You have the right to fight the charges. Our attorneys will defend you against any traffic offenses, including:
- Reckless driving
- Aggressive driving
- Speeding tickets
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Driving with an expired registration
- Following too closely
- Failure to obey a traffic signal
- Moving violations
- Driving without insurance
- Accident charges
We will investigate your charges, just as we would in any other criminal case. We will fight to have the charges dismissed or reduced based on the evidence in your case. We have over 65 years of combined legal experience to bring to your case so you will be in the best situation possible to fight your charges or accept a plea deal.
Talk With An Attorney First
You can fight your charges and we can help. Our lawyers will work hard to defend your rights, no matter how routine your traffic violation case may seem.
Before you decide to simply pay your ticket, call our office for a free initial consultation with an experienced traffic violation attorney. Contact us online or call our Hillsborough office at 919-241-5178 today.