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Meet Madison Scott, Law Clerk and Future Attorney

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Madison is a graduate from UNC Chapel Hill and headed to UNC Law in the fall. She grew up in both Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC and is proud to call both of those place home. As a rising law student, she is thrilled to be working with the attorneys at the Hatley Law Office. She’s happy to spend each day doing her favorite thing, meeting with and talking ...

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What is a Prayer for Judgement Continued in North Carolina?

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When you received a speeding ticket or a traffic citation in North Carolina, a Prayer for Judgment Continued or "PJC" may be a beneficial option. A Prayer for Judgement Continued is an antiquated North Carolina law that can be a beneficial outcome for certain lower level citations. A PJC is like a "get out of jail free card" that can be potentially be used in your case - at the discretion ...

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Should I just pay my North Carolina speeding ticket?

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Paying off your speeding ticket in most cases is a very bad idea. It’s highly advisable that you speak to a traffic lawyer before paying your ticket. It may be possible to seek a reduction to your North Carolina traffic citation. 

Unbeknownst to many, North Carolina has some of the most punitive traffic laws in the country. Before paying your ticket, it’s vital that you seek legal counsel ...

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Help! I lost my North Carolina traffic ticket. Where can I find my case information?

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If you've lost your speeding ticket or traffic citation, the first concern is that you don't miss your court date. If you missed your court date, you can be assessed a $200 additional fine on top of court costs, have your license suspended, and, for serious matters, possibly get arrested. We'll speak further about missed court dates in a future post. If you think you've missed ...

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