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Any traffic ticket can have a negative impact on your finances, while serious offenses can even land you in jail. Even a simple traffic ticket results in fines, and will affect your insurance premiums, costing thousands of dollars over time, while offenses like DWI will raise your insurance costs by an average of 450 percent over a three year period.
If you have been ticketed for any type of traffic offense, contact one of our Lillington traffic ticket attorneys to find out possible options to help you avoid the most serious consequences. Our experienced attorneys can often negotiate a better outcome without having to go to trial, and if a trial is the only option, we will fight for you.
The attorneys at Kelly & West will attempt to help you keep your driver's record clean, retain driving privileges, and avoid jail time, no matter what the alleged offense.
Our Lillington traffic ticket lawyers will be ready to help you with any offense, including the following:
- Speeding and Traffic Tickets
- Driving While Impaired - a conviction for DWI has serious consequences, even if it is charged as a misdemeanor. Misdemeanor DWI is punishable with up to 2 years in prison, in addition to a hefty fine.
- Driving While License Revoked - A conviction for this offense can be as severe as120 days in jail, depending on the persons prior driving record
Contact Kelly & West
Our experienced Lillington traffic ticket attorneys are ready to help you. Contact Kelly & West today for a case evaluation.
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