Got a Ticket? Hire an Attorney
Obviously, I’m a little biased, but I think if you get a ticket, hiring an attorney is pretty much always a good idea. But why is it now an even better idea?
In North Carolina speeding tickets can lead to pretty harsh consequences. Your insurance rates can double for 3 years, or you can even lose your license if you make the wrong move. And making the wrong move is REALLY easy if you don’t know this stuff.
What’s also easy is picking up the phone and talking to an attorney about your ticket. Most of us will tell you what’s up with a free phone call. Is paying off your ticket a good idea? I’ll tell you if it is and BOOM, you’re done, free of charge. But if it isn’t, I’ll tell you what might be a better outcome and how I might be able to get it for you.
That’s always been true. But with Covid-19 haunting us and making what used to be simple not so simple, things are wackier than before. If you wanted to show up at the courthouse and play Perry Mason for yourself, then back in the day that might have been fine. But now, do you really want to run the risk of piling into a court room with 200 other randos to blindly grope your way through the legal system? No. You don’t.
It’s simple: If you get a ticket, call an attorney. I handle tickets in Orange County, Chatham County, and sometimes Alamance, Durham, and Wake Counties, depending on the ticket. If you get one, call me at 919-929-2992 and I’ll talk you through it. Maybe it doesn’t make sense to hire an attorney. But maybe it does. At least this way you’ll know.
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