North Carolina Speeding Ticket Info

by Wiley Nickel on Sep. 19, 2013

Criminal Misdemeanor 

Summary: Information on North Carolina Speeding Tickets

Have Your Received a Speeding Ticket?

Don't Go It Alone.  Hire an Experienced Raleigh Speeding Ticket Lawyer

Hiring a professional traffic court lawyer will save you time and money.  Make sure your vehicle insurance doesn’t go through the roof!

Wiley Nickel is a professional traffic court lawyer based in Raleigh, NC (Wake County) who is experienced in saving you money and avoiding DMV points. As your traffic Lawyer, Wiley Nickel will attend traffic court for you and fight your speeding or traffic ticket without you having to interrupt your life any further. He will see you through the entire process.

Receiving a speeding ticket can be a real hassle when you consider all of the time and energy that it takes to resolve them. For most people taking time off work to attend traffic court to take care of a ticket is just not an affordable option. Traffic court costs you time, money and can be extremely stressful.

In addition, if not handled correctly, a traffic ticket can lead to costly points and penalties on your driving record. Speeding tickets handled on your own can also lead to higher insurance rates, or even losing your valuable driving privileges.

Wiley Nickel is a former prosecutor and practices exclusively in Traffic Court and District Court handling traffic cases just like yours. Speeding and traffic tickets should not be taken lightly.

Put Your Case In the Hands Of An Experienced Traffic Lawyer. It will save you time and money.

Call The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC at 919-585-1486 For Your Free Consultation Today.

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