Traffic Law

Failure to Appear

One of the most common things we handle is a revoked driver’s license for failure to appear in court on a traffic citation. If you receive a North Carolina traffic citation, then you must take action to handle it – you cannot simply ignore it… Read More

Driving While License Revoked

You need your driver’s license to go to work, school or wherever your daily routine takes you. When you are convicted of certain traffic violations, however, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can revoke or suspend your driving privileges in ad… Read More

License and Insurance Points

North Carolina has two different point systems for drivers – license points, and insurance points. License points are assessed by the DMV and can result in a license suspension if you get too many of them. Insurance points are imposed by insurance… Read More

DUI/DWI

If you have been arrested in North Carolina for driving while impaired (DWI) – often called driving under the influence (DUI) or drunk driving – you face severe penalties that could have a long-lasting impact on your life, especially if you have… Read More

Speeding Tickets

A speeding ticket in North Carolina can carry serious consequences. A speeding violation adds points to your driving record and causes your insurance premiums to rise significantly. Depending on how fast you were allegedly driving and whether you wer… Read More

Out-of-State Drivers

If you live in another state and receive a traffic or speeding citation on I-40 or I-95 while you are in Johnston County, you should immediately contact an experienced North Carolina traffic ticket attorney. Your ticket won’t go away. If you ignore… Read More

Traffic Infractions

Most traffic violations in North Carolina are deemed “infractions.” These traffic tickets do not require you to make a court appearance. You can simply admit guilt and pay the fine. However, taking that “no hassle” approach could come back to… Read More