Traffic Tickets

Did You Receive a Traffic Ticket?

Traffic tickets may seem minor, but they can become a serious issue if they’re not dealt with properly. Have you recently received a traffic ticket? You may be surprised to learn paying the fine – and having points added to your driver’s license – isn’t your only option. If you choose to pay it off, you’re essentially saying you’re guilty of the charges. Not to mention, you’ll likely be stuck paying more for your auto insurance as a result. Why not beat your ticket instead?

At GHC Law we will consult with you and help you reach a more positive outcome. Whether you were charged with speeding, reckless driving, aggressive driving, or even a hit and run, Grayson Cheek will work hard to defend your case and reduce your fine and/or punishment.

Remember, you may not see this traffic violation as a big deal right now, but not fighting to minimize or eliminate it could put you in a helpless situation down the road.  Do yourself a favor today: Call Grayson Cheek, your premier criminal defense attorney and traffic violation representation in Wilmington, NC!

Did your child Receive a Traffic Ticket?

In December 2019, the juvenile age in North Carolina will increase from 16 to 18 years old. If your child under the age of 18 receives a conviction for speeding or any other Chapter 20 driving offense, then your child will no longer qualify as a juvenile. This illustrates the severe consequences of simply paying off a ticket. Grayson makes it a point of personal pride to stay up to date on the law and on all of the collateral consequences that accompany the charging of criminal offenses. Don’t settle for an attorney who isn’t using every single tool in his or her toolbox. Grayson is ready to go to work for you.

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