DWI and Traffic

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Contact an Attorney Before You Pay Your Speeding Ticket

It’s important to fight every traffic ticket, whether it is a speeding ticket, reckless driving ticket, or other moving violation, because each traffic ticket on your record has an impact. Paying a traffic ticket is a guilty plea. A guilty plea to certain traffic offenses could result in losing your license, higher insurance premiums, and/or higher fines paid to the court. As a result of paying a traffic ticket, your insurance could rise between 25% and 400% for three years. Each traffic ticket case is different, and Maynor Law Firm will evaluate your individual driving history to help you obtain the best disposition in your case. In most cases, you never have to go to court or even come to our office.

Did You Get A Traffic Ticket on I-95 in Robeson County or Johnston County?

Out-of-state drivers need an attorney for traffic tickets. Under no circumstances should you ignore your traffic citation. If you fail to handle an I-95 traffic ticket in North Carolina, your driver’s license in North Carolina will be suspended. If your driver’s license is suspended in NC, it is unlikely that you will be able obtain or renew your license in your home state until you have resolved the ticket in North Carolina. If you pay your North Carolina traffic ticket and do not contact a local attorney, you could find that your license is suspended not only in North Carolina, but in almost ALL states. If you live in another state, there’s no need to return to Robeson County District Court or Johnston County District Court in North Carolina for your traffic ticket, contact Maynor Law Firm and we will take care of it for you.

Listed below are some of the types of traffic citations/tickets that Maynor Law Firm:

  • Careless and reckless driving
  • Driving after consuming alcohol if the driver is under 21
  • Driving while license suspended or revoked
  • Driving with expired registration
  • Expired operator’s license
  • Failure to have liability insurance
  • Failure to stop for a siren
  • Failure to yield right of way
  • Failure to yield to emergency vehicle
  • Following too closely
  • Illegal passing
  • No operator’s license
  • Passing a stopped school bus
  • Running a red light
  • Running a stop sign
  • Seatbelt violations
  • Speeding in a construction zone
  • Speeding in a school zone
  • Speeding tickets
  • Speeding to avoid arrest

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in North Carolina

A DWI in North Carolina is very serious and requires immediate action. A Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is sometimes referred to as a DUI (driving under the influence) or drunk driving. If you have never received a North Carolina DWI before, there may be many things that you don’t understand about a DWI. For example, if you recently received a DWI, in most cases, your license has been automatically revoked for a thirty (30) day period following your arrest. However, after just ten (10) days, you may be eligible for a restoration of “limited driving privileges”. Maynor Law Firm, experience in defending DWI’s and other traffic tickets, can help you through the complicated process. We want to hear about your DWI case to see how we can help you.

Maynor Law Firm will defend your traffic violations that occur on North Carolina streets, highways, Interstate 95 (I-95), and Interstate 40. (I-40). We have extensive experience handling traffic matters in Wake County, Robeson County, Hoke County, Johnston County, and many other counties in our state. Contact us today at (910) 227-2177 for a free initial consultation with no obligation.