Kreger Brodish LLP’s Greensboro Speeding Ticket Attorneys and Durham Speeding Ticket Attorneys are frequently asked whether an individual can handle their Durham or Greensboro speeding ticket by calling the District Attorney’s Office. The answer to this question is simply no.
Both the Guilford County District Attorney’s Office and Durham County District Attorney’s Office handle a large volume (typically several hundred) of speeding tickets and other traffic matters daily. Unfortunately, neither Office has the resources to be able to handle speeding tickets over the phone. Therefore, in order to give yourself the opportunity to enter into a plea agreement or to receive a reduced charge on your speeding ticket, you will either need to attend court on your court date or hire a Durham Attorney, Greensboro Attorney or Guilford County Attorney to appear on your behalf. Your first court date on your traffic case is located on your actual Guilford County traffic citation or Durham County traffic citation.
If you do decide to fight your speeding ticket without the assistance of a Greensboro speeding ticket lawyer or Durham speeding ticket lawyer, make sure to view our free Do-It-Yourself guide on how to fight your North Carolina speeding ticket. You will want to make sure to bring with you to court a certified driving record so that you can use your record to negotiate with the District Attorney in an attempt to have your speeding charge reduced. You can find more information on how to read your North Carolina Driving Record here.
If you decide to hire a Greensboro traffic ticket lawyer or Durham traffic ticket lawyer, the traffic attorneys a Kreger Brodish LLP will do everything we can to ensure that you do not receive any North Carolina Insurance points and to prevent an increase in your automobile insurance premiums. Your Greensboro speeding ticket attorneys or Durham speeding ticket attorneys at Kreger Brodish LLP will also keep you informed throughout the process of your case and will guarantee that you will be 100% satisfied with the handling of your case or we’ll give you your money back.
If you have any other questions about your North Carolina speeding ticket, Durham Speeding Ticket, Guilford County Speeding Ticket or Greensboro Speeding Ticket, please contact one of our North Carolina Speeding Ticket Attorneys, Durham Speeding Ticket Attorneys, Greensboro Speeding Ticket Attorneys or Guilford Speeding Ticket Attorneys. We’ll answer your questions free of charge if you call (888) 820-5885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (we can also give you an expected outcome if you tell us what your speed was and what your driving record looks like).