NC Speeding Tickets
During this difficult economy, we are hearing more complaints about “speed traps” and seeing more traffic tickets being issued. In North Carolina, each county is unique and has different procedures for processing tickets. Options for our clients also vary in terms of keeping points off their driving records. Let’s face it. The main reason people call lawyers in the first place is to try to reduce or eliminate those points and not pay higher insurance premiums. Our law firm handles traffic violation cases of ALL types in Charlotte (Mecklenburg), Gastonia (Gaston), Concord / Kannapolis (Cabarrus), Albemarle (Stanly), Salisbury (Rowan), and Statesville (Iredell). Our low fees are very competitive, and we strive hard to get results so that you will recommend us to friends and family. In most cases, it is worth hiring us to avoid the hassle of having to drive, park, and then wait to try to reduce a ticket. Let us take care of it for you. Call today for a free consultation.
Driving While License Revoked
Driving While License Revoked or DWLR results from when a defendant has a suspended license or driving privileges in North Carolina. At Robert J. Reeves P.C. we actively engage in “license restoration” for our clients. We work to clear up Failure to Appears (FTA) or even Order’s for Arrest (OFA) which may be suspending a client’s license. In addition, we determine a plan of action in order for you to pay old fines in other states or counties. We have helped many people clear up their driving records, we’ve even had cases over 20 years old dating back to the 1980s! Please take a look at our testimonials page.
Failure to Appear
A failure to appear (FTA) results when a defendant misses his/her court date. After it is missed the defendant may have their driver’s licenses suspended in North Carolina. This begins a snowball effect because if you are caught driving while revoked, you will be facing a class 2 Misdemeanor and could suspend your license for even longer. At Robert J. Reeves P.C. we act fast to clear up any Failure to Appears you may have in North Carolina. We travel to over 7 counties in and around Charlotte-Mecklenburg in fighting a suspended license.
Order for Arrest
An order for arrest (OFA) results from a missed court date, when the underlying ticket or citation is more serious than a traffic matter. It is very important to clear up an OFA before you are arrested and may have to post a bond or even have a bond hearing. We will help you immediately to clear up the OFA, we will put your case on the fast track because we both know time is of the essence, call us right now.
NC DMV Hearings
The success or failure in a DMV Hearing may make the difference between you being able to drive or NOT being able to drive. A DMV Hearing is a very important meeting and is similar to a court appearance. It will take case at a DMV office and will be conducted by a DMV agent and you are allowed to have a lawyer appear with you. The hearing will be recorded and your testimony will be sworn under oath. Having a lawyer to guide you through the matter is essential. Call our firm now and will explain to you how we can represent you at your DMV Hearing.
It’s never too late call our firm, call us a day before your hearing, the night before, or even the same day, let us help you.
Bond Hearings for Pre-Trial Release
A bond hearing is a formal legal process in open court, in which the defendant may have a lawyer present to represent his interests. The difference between a successful bond hearing can mean the difference between your loved one being released before his trial date. Many defendants may only have a few matters out of state they need to be cleared up before their trial date in North Carolina. By being released, the defendant can clear their record and even work to help assist in their legal fees and/or court costs.
Having a lawyer represent a defendant in a bond hearing may help the defendant to either afford his bond or allow a bondsman to bail the defendant out. In addition, a lawyer may be able to help the defendant to “unsecure” his bond. This allows the defendant the chance to post a bond pre-trial. Call us today to help your loved reduce his bond.