Speeding Tickets and Traffic Violations
Traffic offenses can be painful in terms of time and money, and may lead to increased insurance rates and wasted time at the courthouse. You might consider just paying your ticket to avoid the hassle altogether. DO NOT pay any speeding or traffic ticket without first consulting an attorney. By paying your ticket you could be admitting guilt and may face an automatic increase to your insurance premium. Why admit guilt when you can hire our office to handle this matter for as little as $99 per ticket?*
Our dedicated attorneys deal with traffic matters like yours every day and can argue to have your ticket reduced or possibly dismissed altogether. This means your insurance premium may not even be impacted.
Fighting your ticket on your own would likely mean taking a day off work to attend court - then you face the hurdle of negotiating with the District Attorney. Instead of wasting your time, we will appear on your behalf and handle your ticket without you ever setting foot in a courtroom.*
If you have received a citation, call our office (1-919-200-0822) for a free consultation regarding how best to handle your matter. We can advise you on the potential outcomes of your case depending on the county where the offense occurred, and can recommend actions that may lighten the effects of your offense.
Isn't it easier to mail in payment for my traffic ticket?
By mailing in payment for your traffic ticket you are admitting guilt. 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.
Can I save money by going to court by myself?
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 the 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.
Mr. Hatley's knowledge can save you time and money in the long run.*
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