If you've lost your Martin County speeding ticket or traffic citation, the first concern is that you don't miss your court date. If you end up missing your court date because of a lost citation, you will likely be assessed a $200 additional "Failure to Appear" fine on top of the usual court costs. If not handled in a timely manner, this Failure to Appear could also result in the suspension of your drivers license. Most importantly, for more serious matters, a Failure to Appear could possibly lead to you arrest! If you think you've missed your court date, please call our Martin County traffic attorney as soon as possible at 919-200-0822.
Even if you've somehow lost or misplaced your Martin County speeding ticket or traffic citation, you can usually find your case details right on our website, iTicket.law. By entering your name and the county in which you received your citation on our homepage, our proprietary software will search the NC court record database for your case. Once our system locates your case(s), you can easily proceed to hire our firm to handle the matter(s) for you.
Another way to locate your case information is to visit the North Carolina Court System website website to search for your case. If you cannot remember the county in which you received your citation, don't worry! You can just leave that particular section blank. The most important thing is that you simply enter your name where directed, but it's important to note when searching that you should enter your name as LAST,FIRST with no spaces before or after the comma. Once the website finds your case, you will be able to see the county in which you received your citation, your charges, and court date. If you cannot find your case in the NC Court System website, that is a good sign that you may have accidentally missed your court date.
Give our Martin County traffic attorney a call at 919-200-0822 and we can walk you through what possible outcomes may be available in your case.
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Do not pay any speeding or traffic ticket without first consulting a Martin County traffic lawyer. It might be tempting to just pay off your own ticket. Unfortunately, doing so is the same as admitting guilt, potentially resulting in negative outcomes like a increase to your monthly insurance premium, the additional of detrimental points to your license, or even the suspension of your license! While receiving a citation is certainly stressful, at iTicket.law we want to make it as painless as possible. If you have any further questions about your Martin County speeding ticket case, please call our traffic attorneys today so that we can seek to give you back your peace of mind. With offices all over the state and an innovative online process, we aim to be your go to solution, no matter where you are. iTicket.law - bringing the legal industry into the 21st century.
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