Did You Receive a Traffic Citation in Gastonia, Belmont, Mt. Holly, or Elsewhere in Gaston County?
Our Gaston County traffic attorney is here to help!
Experienced Traffic Attorney Keith Metz is on staff with iTicket.law. In North Carolina, traffic law can be an overly confusing tangled web of complex rules and regulations. If you were to try to handle your Gaston County traffic ticket, would you feel fully capable of navigating this system on your own? Do you know with whom to negotiate? Are you fully versed in North Carolina Traffic Law? Do you know NC DMV rules and regulations? If you don’t feel that fighting a traffic ticket on your own will result in the maximum level of reduction, it may be in your best interest to hire a Gaston County traffic lawyer. It can save you time and money.*
Do not pay any speeding or traffic ticket without first consulting a traffic violations attorney. If you choose to handle your traffic ticket yourself, you may have to take valuable time off work to make multiple court appearances. Rather than bear that huge burden, Attorney Metz would be happy to take the stress off your shoulders by appearing on your behalf. It might seem sensible to simply pay off your traffic ticket to end the whole process, however, doing so means admitting guilt to the charge listed on your citation. A guilty plea can have serious consequences, including (but not limited to) insurance increase, license points, and even license suspension. For just 99$ for the average speeding ticket, Attorney Metz can work towards preventing these serious consequences, without you ever having to step foot inside the courthouse.*
How does a traffic conviction affect my NC insurance costs?
|Traffic Violation Conviction||License Points||Insurance Points||rate increase|
|Speeding 76 mph in a 65 mph zone||3||4||80%|
|Speeding 82 mph in a 70 mph zone||3||4||80%|
|Passing a stopped school bus||5||4||90%|
|Running stop sign/red light||3||1||30%|
|Driving While License Revoked||3||8||195%|
Traffic Attorney Keith Metz at iTicket.law Will Fight For You
Attorney Metz is hugely familiar with Gaston County and the greater Gastonia area. He is able to make use of years of experience at the Gaston County Courthouse in order to help you with your traffic ticket. Since his graduation from law school, Attorney Metz has gained an enormous amount of experience working to meet his client’s goals and has earned a reputation for having great legal know-how. Attorney Metz’s will work for you to seek to prevent any impact to your insurance and license. Why waste your time worrying about your traffic citation when you can rely on proven experience in Attorney Keith Metz.
Tickets Attorney Metz Handles in Gaston County
(Include, but are not limited to)
✓ Speeding in a School or Work Zone
✓ Following Too Closely
✓ Improper Turn or Lane Change
✓ Unsafe Movement
✓ Failure to Reduce Speed
✓ Careless and Reckless Driving
✓ No Operators License
✓ Expired Registration
✓ Driving While Impaired
✓ Driving While License Revoked
If you do decide that hiring an attorney who specializes in traffic law is in your best interest, we encourage you to consider our office. With seasoned attorneys, offices all over the state, and a cutting edge technology-centric approach, we can seek to solve your traffic law problems quickly and efficiently. Our aim is to modernize the legal industry, bringing it into the 21st century. If you have a traffic citation in Gastonia, Belmont, or anywhere in Gaston County, North Carolina and don’t feel comfortable going to traffic court, please call us at (919) 800-0822. Thousands of clients have used our service and are happy with the decision to do so. Check out our reviews on Google and have confidence in our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*.
Common Questions about Gaston County Traffic Violations
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Gaston County Courthouse
325 Dr. Martin Luther King Way #1004,
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