What happens if I pay my ticket?
- Can I pay my ticket?
DWI Checkpoints are relatively common in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Many are established by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department CMPD pursuant to the North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program.
It is a complicated area of law, controlled both by North Carolina General Statutes (NCGS) 20-16.3A and appellate court case law.
Moving violations in North Carolina may come with driver’s license points attached to them. A large accumulation of points can possibly lead to the suspension of a driver’s license. The consequences, like license suspension and the assessment of points, can be better understood after being explained by an experienced North Carolina traffic lawyer like those that populate Powers Landreth, PLLC.
I don’t think there really is such a thing as a Simple Traffic Ticket in North Carolina. It can get pretty complicated – Bill Powers
Many people don’t realize the true value of a Driver’s License. . .until they lose it – Bill Powers
The North Carolina General Assembly gives the North Carolina Department of Transportation / Division of Motor Vehicles the authority to issue, revoke, and suspend Drivers Licenses in North Carolina.
Costs of Court are expensive in North Carolina. You very well may need some time to pay them – Bill Powers
Today’s post provides some hidden truths, and suggestions, for parents about to undergo the process of negotiating DMV to obtain a Learner’s Permit.
Mind you, I am not talking about YOUR Learner’s Permit.
The preliminary numbers aren’t good. Texting while driving may soon be a leading cause of motor vehicle fatalities – Bill Powers
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA: