While traffic tickets can result in fines, traffic school and even points added to a driver’s record, as these violations accumulate, drivers may lose their license and will likely face significant increases in their insurance fees. In the state of North Carolina, a driver’s license will be suspended if an individual accumulates at least 12 points on his driving record within a 3-year period. Although the initial suspension cannot last more than 60 days, any subsequent suspension may be ordered for between 6 months and 1 year.
If you or a loved one has been issued a traffic ticket in Lee County or in any North Carolina county, the skilled traffic ticket lawyers at Kelly & West are here to help you get the violation reduced or, if possible, dismissed entirely. Since 1982, we have been aggressively representing individuals who have been accused of traffic violations, and we have a proven track record of helping our clients get through the legal process as efficiently and favorably as possible.
Contact our experienced traffic ticket attorneys in Lee County for more information about your situation. We can help you resolve your claim quickly and avoid unnecessary penalties.
Addie Faucett – Assistant Clerk of Superior Court, Harnett County
“Kelly and West have represented me and been my attorneys for any civil action, and in my Will and Estate. I’ve known them for 30 years. I worked with them over the years in the court system. The thing thats always impressed me with them, is that they never, ever make you feel like you’re in a hurry. They’re willing to take the time to fully explain, make sure you understand all that they’re trying to do for you. I would recommend them to anybody.”