Don't Let A Traffic Ticket Affect Your Driving Record

Almost everyone has been pulled over for a traffic violation at some point in their lives. Whether you rolled through a stop sign or were arrested for speeding in your rush to get somewhere on time, you know the sinking feeling you get when you see the flashing lights of a police car behind you. Most people pay their traffic tickets without thinking twice. Although it may be annoying, it sometimes seems easier to pay the fee just to get it out of the way. Unfortunately, that's probably not in your best interest.

Before you pay that ticket, you need an experienced attorney who can fight to keep your record clean. I am Ashley Cannon. Call me at 888-862-5901 for sound advice regarding your traffic violation. I have an office in Statesville and represent individuals throughout Iredell County.

I defend individuals against any traffic infraction, including:

  • Drunk driving
  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Moving violations
  • Driving on a revoked license
  • Driving without an operator's license

The Consequences Of Failing To Challenge A Traffic Violation

There are a variety of ramifications for paying your ticket without any pushback. Your insurance rates can go up, you can lose your driving privileges, and the fines can increase with each arrest. North Carolina has a driver's license point system and if you accumulate 12 points in three years, you will lose your license. Just a few speeding tickets or moving violations combined can result in the loss of your license.

Contact A Defense Lawyer If You Have Received A Speeding Ticket

Don't put your driving privileges at stake because you don't take the time to fight for your rights. I will help to keep your record clean and keep you on the road. Call 336-793-1013 or 888-862-5901 to schedule an appointment at my Statesville office. You may also contact me online.