I got speeding tickets driving through SC but I live in FL and the ticket is 2 points on my license. Can i get them off?
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You need to address this to an NC attorney. I agree
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I agree with Mr. Haber. What happened to self help? Did you call the driving authority in NC?
This is a NC law question for NC lawyers.
If you want to attract NC lawyers then I suggest that you repost this question and put your location as "________, NC" instead of "Orlando, FL".
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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