If you have received a speeding ticket or been charged with a traffic offense, you’ll want to understand the repercussions. North Carolina treats speeding and reckless driving violations seriously. A speeding ticket or other traffic offense can add points to your license, raise your insurance premiums and cost you a sizable fine, or worse.
If you receive multiple speeding tickets in North Carolina and accumulate 12 points within three years, you may have your driver’s license suspended.
Let a skilled North Carolina lawyer at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert review your traffic offense and explain your legal options free of charge. Attorney David Teddy, a founding partner of Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, is a board Certified Specialist in criminal law. Daniel Talbert is also a board Certified Specialist in criminal law.
Whether you are in Shelby, Rutherfordton, Lincolnton, Gastonia, or a nearby county, we are available to answer your questions. Contact our law firm today by calling (704) 487-1234 or by using our online contact form.
Prosecutors with the district attorneys’ offices in Cleveland County, Gaston County, Rutherford County, and Lincoln County handle traffic offenses,including speeding tickets, reckless driving charges, speeding in a school zone, and other offenses. You should recognize that prosecutors cannot give you legal advice or explain your best options for keeping points off your license, but we are ready to discuss your legal options with you and advocate on your behalf.
If you have a clean driving record, a skilled traffic ticket defense lawyer at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert may be able to get the charge reduced so your insurance rates won’t increase, depending on the seriousness of the charge. If you have multiple convictions, we can also help resolve the legal complications.
Do not delay — contact Teddy, Meekins & Talbert today.