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All Felony and Misdemeanor Charges

  • Driving While Impaired
  • Driving While License Revoked
  • DMV Traffic Hearings
  • Designated Lane Violations
  • Passing Stopped School Bus
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Reckless Driving
  • Hit and Run, Property Damage
  • Following Too Closely
  • Driving on the Wrong Side of Road
  • Illegal Passing
  • Running Through a Stop Light/Stop Sign
  • Speeding
  • Failing to Yield Right of Way
  • No Driver’s License or Expired License
  • Failure to Stop for Siren
  • Failure to Report an Accident Where Such Report is Required
  • Speeding in School Zone
  • All Other Moving Violations


In some instances, we are able to reduce some traffic tickets to "Improper Equipment". If that can be the result, one should not receive any driver’s license and insurance points.

A Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) is a disposition and not considered a conviction. North Carolina licensed drivers are allowed two (2) PJCs to be used during a five-year period per household. However, two PJCs within three years will likely result in an insurance increase. A driver operating with a commercial driver’s license (CDL) is not eligible for a PJC.

If your traffic citation does not indicate a court cost and fine to be paid, then that ticket is considered a serious traffic offense (non-waivable) and could result in a suspension of driving privileges. It also indicates a required Court appearance. Even if your traffic ticket does indicate a cost and fine (waivable), it is still suggested that you call the office to discuss the best disposition of the ticket.

Yes, please contact my office to inquire.

In some instances, clients do not have to appear in Court but make contact for further details.

The punishment can be as much as 36 months in jail and up to a $10,000.00 fine.

The result of a conviction may result in driver’s license points and increased insurance premiums for you for a period of three (3) years and in some situations, a suspension of your driver’s license.

A conviction can result in punishment of as much as 120 days in jail and in some situations, can lead to a permanent revocation or suspension of your driver’s license.

In some cases, it’s possible to remove criminal conviction(s) from your criminal record.

Other Areas of Practice

Representation in Domestic Violence Proceedings (50-B and 50-C)

Expenctions of Criminal Offenses

If you have a legal matter that is of a nature that might not be handled by my firm, I have a referral system in place with attorneys who are considered specialists in those areas, and I will be happy to refer you to one of those attorneys.