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. If your citation carries a mandatory court appearance, then you must either appear in court yourself or hire an attorney to do so for you.
Failure to appear in court will result in your North Carolina driving privilege being suspended until the case is resolved. If you have a license from another state, North Carolina will frequently report this failure to appear to your home state. In that case, your license may also be suspended until the case is resolved. If your charges are serious enough, then an order for your arrest can also be issued.
If you have received notice that your license is going to be suspended – or has been suspended – for a failure to appear on a traffic charge in Johnston County – call or email us today. We can take immediate action to try to resolve your case, clear the failure to appear, and help you get your driving privileges back.
The Johnston County criminal defense lawyers at Reece & Reece, Attorneys at Law, know what’s on the line for you. If you have failed to appear on a traffic citation, we will work tirelessly to protect your rights and reach the best possible outcome for you.
We have experience representing people who have failed to appear on traffic citations throughout Johnston County, including Smithfield, Benson and Clayton. For a free case evaluation, call our Johnston County criminal defense attorneys today at (919) 300-1249 or use our online form.
Possible resolutions to your traffic matter include:
We will explore all possible solutions for you. In many cases, you might not even have to appear in court as we handle your representation.
The hard-working, skilled and experienced Johnston County speeding ticket lawyers at Reece & Reece, Attorneys at Law, are dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of drivers who have received speeding citations.
We have a record of helping clients with speeding tickets throughout Johnston County, including Smithfield, Benson and Clayton, Selma, Archer Lodge, Kenly, Four Oaks, Pine Level, Princeton, Wilson’s Mill and Micro. We also assist out-of-state drivers who have received a North Carolina speeding ticket while driving on I-40, I-95, and US 70 in Johnston County.
For a free evaluation of your case, call our Johnston County speeding ticket attorneys today at (919) 300-1249 or use our online form.