Search Site
910 North Elm Street | Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Free Consultation 336-645-9336AFTER HOURS: 336-543-0471
Traffic Violations

Greensboro Traffic Violations Lawyers Help Clients Fight Traffic Violation Charges

North Carolina attorneys challenge allegations of road misconduct

Being convicted of a traffic offense could result in jail time, loss of driving privileges, insurance and driver license points, supervised probation and high fines. Whether you’re facing a speeding infraction or a criminal allegation arising from a vehicle accident, you need a skillful North Carolina traffic attorney to outline your options based on the applicable criminal law and motor vehicle regulations. At Coalter Law, PLLC in Greensboro, we are defense attorneys who have considerable experience handling a full range of cases alleging driving-related misconduct. No matter what your traffic violation is, we’ll advocate for a just result in a professional, cost-effective manner.

Proven firm handles speeding tickets and other types of infractions

A moving violation might not seem like a serious problem at first, and authorities often pressure people into paying their fine without asserting their rights. However, points on your license can hike your insurance premiums for three years, and if you accumulate 12 points, your driving privileges will be suspended. Our Guilford County firm helps individuals fight citations such as:

  • Speeding tickets — Radar guns are not perfect, and other factors can also lead to unwarranted speeding tickets. Our speeding ticket lawyers know the types of errors that occur and bring them to the court’s attention when necessary. Speeding hurts drivers with fines but there are more serious consequences if the speed is well above the limit or the unlawful driving is done to elude police or participate in a race. Speeders under the age of 21 can be required to take a four-hour safe driving course.
  • Red-light and stop-sign violations — Running a red light or stop sign is a three-point infraction, and allegations often rely heavily on subjective interpretation. If you believe you came to a full stop or entered an intersection while the light was still yellow, we’ll challenge the account of the officer who issued the ticket.
  • License offenses — Driving without a license or with a license that has been suspended or revoked delays the restoration of full driving privileges. Should an innocent explanation exist, we’ll advocate for fair relief before the authorities.
  • Improperly passing a school bus — Passing a stopped school bus is strictly punished within North Carolina, with each infraction accumulating five license points.

Starting with a free initial consultation, we handle each aspect of traffic offense proceedings for Greensboro-area residents. In most instances, you will not have to appear in court. We will resolve the case for you and send you further instructions in the mail such as where to pay fine or court costs. In some instances, if you provide us with the necessary compliance information, your charge could be dismissed altogether.

Criminal defense advocates tackle reckless driving and DWI charges

In addition to being ticketed for routine traffic infractions, drivers can face misdemeanor, and even felony, allegations if potentially dangerous road conduct is involved. Many types of behavior fall under the reckless driving law, which prohibits operating a vehicle carelessly in willful disregard of others’ safety. An effective argument can sometimes demonstrate that the road behavior was justified based on the circumstances. Criminal charges can also include leaving the scene of an accident or causing a death-by-vehicle. Our established criminal defense firm also vigorously defends clients who are accused of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.

Contact skillful Greensboro lawyers that handle traffic tickets for a free consultation

Coalter Law, PLLC assists drivers to beat speeding ticket in North Carolina. We have helped those who have received traffic citations or have been accused of other driving-related offenses. Please call 336-645-9336 or contact us online to make an appointment to discuss your matter and potential defenses. Our office is located in Greensboro.

Contact us

Please fill out the form below and one of our attorneys will contact you.

Quick Contact Form

Make a Payment
Our Office
  • Greensboro Office
    910 North Elm Street
    Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
    Phone: 336-275-5885
    Fax: 336-275-6045