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What does a conviction of Driving While Impaired (DWI) look like?

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In North Carolina, there are now 6 levels of sentences for Driving While Impaired since Laura's Law was enacted in 2011. Laura's Law introduced the most severe mandatory sentencing for the most serious offenders of aggravated level one convictions.

Level 2, Level 1, and Level A1 sentences all require jail time. These sentences are imposed often when the state is able to show 1, 2, or more than ...

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What is iTicket.law?

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Our vision is to bring the legal industry into the 21st century. We're seeking to reinvent traffic ticket defense and representation and make it a painless process. Convenient. Affordable. Quality. 


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Can my speeding ticket suspend my North Carolina drivers license?

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North Carolina has some of the toughest, most punitive traffic laws in the country. Before you go to court to pay your ticket or try to pay your speeding citation online, it's very important to consult a traffic attorney to know the full legal ramifications. Oddly enough, it's very easy to accidentally get your NC drivers license suspended by paying off a "simple" traffic ticket.

Any speeding conviction ...

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Ever heard of "9 you're fine, 10 you're mine?"

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Is it true that speeding only 9 mph over the limit in North Carolina will not impact your auto insurance? Yes, and no. Under certain circumstances, a low-level moving violation, such as 9 mph over the limit (say, 54 mph in a 45 mph zone) can have no impact on your North Carolina auto insurance. 

Due to NC Department of Insurance law, speeds under 10 mph are to be forgiven ...

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What is Improper Equipment and how can it help my speeding ticket?

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Improper Equipment is a very low level traffic offense, called a "non-moving" violation, which results in no points assessed against your drivers license and no increase to your North Carolina auto insurance premium. An IE reduction is widely considered to be the best possible reduction available in North Carolina. There are many misconceptions around improper equipment and how and when it can be used in cases. Often times, it's ...

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