Traffic Citation Lawyer in Charlotte, NC
We represent traffic clients in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Rowan, and Union Counties. Disputing a traffic citation is always easier when you have qualified advice and guidance from a traffic citation lawyer at Remington & Dixon, PLLC. Call today to learn more.
Why Should I Hire a Charlotte, NC Traffic Citation Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?
Although you are not required to hire a Charlotte Criminal Defense Attorney, simply paying off a traffic citation or handling it yourself can result in points on your driver’s license. This can result in substantial increases in your insurance premium or even loss of your driving privilege. Many times, we are able to get traffic offenses dismissed or reduced to non-moving violations. Non-moving violations have no effect on your insurance rates.
Remington & Dixon, PLLC has experienced traffic citation defense attorneys that know the best ways to effectively represent you in your traffic case. Each county has different procedures on how to handle traffic cases and it is important to have someone representing you that knows how each county operates. The attorneys at Remington & Dixon, PLLC have helped thousands of people in situations similar to yours and look forward to helping you in your traffic case.
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No upfront costs to you or your family. We recover maximum compensation for our clients.
You may call and discuss your case with a traffic citation lawyer attorney at Remington & Dixon, PLLC free of charge. If you decide to hire us, we offer free consultations. For your convenience, we offer a variety of payment arrangements that will allow you to pay the court costs directly to the court, or you may choose to pay the total fee to us and we will pay the court costs on your behalf. Additionally, Remington and Dixon, PLLC accepts payments in the forms of cash, money order, check, or credit/debit card.
|Passing a stopped school bus loading or unloading children||5|
|Hit and run, property damage only||4|
|Following too closely||4|
|Driving on the wrong side of road||4|
|Failure to yield right-of-way to pedestrian pursuant to GS 20-158(b)(2)b||4|
|Failure to yield right-of-way to bicycle, motor scooter, or motorcycle||4|
|Running through stop sign||3|
|Speeding more than 55 mph||3|
|Speeding through a school zone||3|
|Failure to yield right of way||3|
|No driver’s license or license expired more than one year||3|
|Running through red light||3|
|Failure to stop for siren||3|
|Speeding through safety zone||3|
|Failure to report accident where such report is required||3|
|No liability insurance||3|
|All other moving violations||2|
|Littering involving a motor vehicle||1|