Raleigh Traffic Tickets and Violations Attorney

A traffic ticket can threaten your ability to drive and also add points on your insurance that cause rates to skyrocket. By hiring a Raleigh traffic ticket and traffic violation attorney, you assure yourself that your case will be reviewed thoroughly. At the Law Offices of Dewey P. Brinkley, we seek to protect your license and keep your insurance rates from rising.

Attorney Brinkley is a former Wake County Assistant District Attorney who has handled hundreds of trials involving Raleigh and Wake County traffic tickets and moving violations. He provides professional service while protecting your interests. We defend against a variety of traffic violations including:

  • DWI
  • Provisional DWI
  • Careless and reckless driving
  • Moving violations resulting in an accident
  • Hit and run
  • Speeding
  • Speeding to elude arrest
  • Speeding in a school zone
  • Speeding in a work zone
  • Stop light tickets
  • Stop sign tickets

Avoiding Insurance and Driver’s License Points from your traffic ticket

We will access your driving record and conduct a full review of your history and the details of your present charge. We will discuss your personal circumstances to find if there are any important details in your story that can help your case. After considering your situation in full, we negotiate with prosecutors to try to work out a plea bargain that reduces your penalties, avoids a license suspension or revocation, keeps the points off your license and keeps your insurance rates from rising.

North Carolina’s “Prayer for Judgment Continued”

A “prayer for judgment continued” is a disposition after a plea of guilty where the judge suspends entering a judgment in the case. In traffic cases, a “PJC” essentially keeps any insurance or driver’s license points from accruing on your record for the underlying offense. Only one PJC can be granted per household every three years; a second PJC can be used within five years for driver’s license points purposes only. Judges will often require that the offender complete a defensive driving course or community service in order to earn a PJC.

If you have received a traffic ticket and would like to learn more about your options, contact our offices any time or call 919-832-0307. We look forward to hearing from you.

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