Let Benjamin Law negotiate a reduction or dismissal for your speeding ticket. Nick can also explain the impacts of a conviction on your insurance. Need an improper equipment, or a PJC? Need someone to fight hard for a dismissal? Call Benjamin Law.
Traffic tickets can not only increase your insurance, potentially suspend your license, and put you on probation, many are misdemeanors and could possibly put you in jail. Don't risk your freedom and money - call Benjamin Law to help.
If you were given a ticket for driving with a suspended or revoked drivers license, Nick Benjamin can help. He can help with your current charge, as well as evaluate your driving record to help you get your drivers license back.
Some individuals are not able to get a drivers license in North Carolina. If you received a ticket for new operators license, call Benjamin law, Nick can help you potentially avoid a conviction and excessive fees.
If you received a ticket after you were involved in a wreck, Benjamica you avoid a conviction or points on your insurance.
Not only does it come with a $250 fine plus hundreds of dollars in court costs, a conviction for Passing a Stopped School Bus carries massive penalties for your insurance and lots of drivers license points. Hire Benjamin Law to help you.
If you failed to appear at court, the court system will notify the DMV and they will suspend your drivers license. If your drivers license was suspended for failing to appear for your court date, contact Nick Benjamin. He can help you reset your court date and get your drivers license back.
Maybe. The costs of increased insurance is much more than the cost of a ticket, which is why you need to hire an attorney who knows the effect of a conviction. You may be able to avoid increased insurance by negotiating a reduced charge, like an improper equipment which is a non-moving violation. A non-moving violation may help keep your license or might help to keep your insurance from increasing. Only one way to find out - call Benjamin Law today.
A PJC, or a prayer for judgment continued, is a tool that allows for the resolution of a case without actually imposing a sentence on the defendant. It is usually used in traffic tickets, but can also be used in other criminal charges. Some cases are ineligible for a PJC, such as passing a stopped school bus or DWI, or if your speed is 25 MPH over the posted speed limit.
A PJC is not always a get out of jail free card, however - you can only use it every so often and it may impair the ability for a family member or loved one to use a PJC if they are on the same insurance policy.
One may not be the best option every time. For instance, there are certain circumstances where two PJC's may result in increased insurance. Hire an attorney who can evaluate your driving record and who can advise you of your best options. Call Benjamin Law - 828-712-5747