Did You Receive a Traffic Citation in Troy, Biscoe, or Elsewhere in Montgomery County?

Our Montgomery County traffic attorney is here to help!

Traffic Attorney Joel Sawyer on staff with iTicket.law is here to help with your Montgomery County speeding ticket. Attorney Sawyer has been practicing law for over 15 years and is experienced in knowing how to seek an outcome that would not impact your drivers license or North Carolina auto insurance. While every case is unique, our team of attorneys have handled tens of thousands of traffic cases and often know the best legal avenues available to you. Montgomery County is a smaller jurisdiction and holds court for traffic offenses, such as speeding tickets and accident matters, less often. Montgomery shares the same District Attorney's office and judges with neighboring Randolph County.

Why Should You Hire an Attorney for Your Montgomery County Traffic Citation?

It is pertinent that you do not pay any speeding or traffic ticket without first consulting a traffic attorney. By paying your ticket you could be admitting guilt and may face an increase to your insurance premium, as outlined below. Why admit guilt when you can hire our traffic attorneys to handle this matter for as little as $99 per ticket?*

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 90%
Speeding 82 mph in a 70 mph zone 3 4 90%
Passing a stopped school bus 5 4 90%
Reckless driving 4 4 90%
Illegal passing 4 2 55%
Running stop sign/red light 3 1 40%
Driving While License Revoked 3 8 200%

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Traffic Attorney Joel Sawyer at iTicket.law Will Fight For You

Attorney Sawyer is one of the most experienced members of our staff. He is a former Assistant District Attorney for Judicial District 17-B. Attorney Sawyer has been practicing traffic and criminal law in Randolph and Montgomery County and he's very familiar with the Montgomery County District Attorney's policies and procedures. Attorney Sawyer is well-versed in NC DMV and DOI rules and how your speeding ticket or traffic citation will affect your license and insurance. In Montgomery County, hiring a traffic attorney can save you time and money in the long haul.

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Tickets that Attorney Sawyer Handles in Montgomery County

(Include, but are not limited to)

✓ Speeding

✓ 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 decide that having a traffic attorney is the best course of action, we ask you to consider our firm. With offices all over the state and an innovative online process, we aim to be your go to solution, no matter where you are. Our vision is to bring the legal industry into the 21st century. If you have a traffic citation in Troy, Biscoe, or anywhere in Montgomery County North Carolina and don’t feel comfortable going to traffic court at 108 E. Main St, Troy, NC 27371, please call us at (919) 200-0822.

Common Questions About Montgomery County Traffic Tickets


By mailing in payment for your traffic ticket you are admitting guilt. You might consider just paying your ticket to avoid the hassle of going to court. Do not pay any speeding or traffic ticket without first consulting a traffic attorney. The true cost of speeding tickets and other traffic citations can be painful. By paying your ticket online or going to the Montgomery County courthouse to pay your ticket, you could be admitting guilt and may face an increase to your insurance premium. Why admit guilt when you can hire Attorney Sawyer to handle your matter for as little as $99 per ticket?* In most instances a guilty plea cannot be reversed without considerable effort. Admitting guilt in some cases could lead to revocation of your driving privilege and could certainly result in an increase in your insurance premiums.

Going to court to handle a ticket can be an uphill battle for a non-attorney. It isn't uncommon to spend several hours waiting in line just to speak with an Assistant District Attorney - a person whose entire career revolves around prosecuting these types of offenses to the fullest extent of the law. This person is prohibited from giving you advice about how your conviction will impact your license or insurance. If you decide to fight your ticket, your hearing will likely be continued to a future date, meaning you must miss then another day of work just to finalize your case. Traffic Attorney Sawyer's knowledge can save you time and money in the long run.*

To preface, every case is unique. Montgomery County has some higher fines than other counties, but not unreasonable. However, often times in Montgomery County, Improper Equipment reductions are $283 in court costs and fines. Speeding 9 mph over the limit are $258 and Prayer for Judgement Continued is $208. Depending on the details of your case, it's very possible that the fines could be higher. Court costs can easily be paid online up to 40 days after your case has been closed.

The current elected District Attorney of Montgomery County is Andrew Gregson.

Absolutely. Often times it's much more convenient for you to discuss your matter over the phone or via email, but meetings at our Asheboro office (in Randolph County, nextdoor to Montgomery) can be made by appointment only. Our address is 624 S. Fayetteville St. Suite F-9, Asheboro, NC 27203. Unfortunately, walk-ins are not allowed.

For more information on Montgomery County, please visit the Montgomery County Directory or contact the Montgomery County Clerk of Court.

For more information about iTicket.law and NC traffic citations, please visit our FAQ page.

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Montgomery County Courthouse

108 E. Main St,
NC 27371
Most courthouse images courtesy of Gerry Dincher