Yes, you should certainly hire a traffic attorney in your county. Depending on your record and how matters are handled in Alamance County, you may be able to plead to a non-moving violation or get a Prayer For Judgment Continued. Good luck to you.
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Yes, you should get a lawyer to help you with your case. You may be eligible fort infraction deferral, although you need to check with the clerk or prosecutor. An infraction deferral program would keep the ticket off of your record and would probably keep your insurance rates from going up.
Yes you need to retain an attorney to represent you. 20mph over the limit carries a fine and court costs in addition to points assessed on your drivers license. Get counsel to assist you to get the best resolution.
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Yes, hire an attorney before the court date. You may be eligible for a Improper Equipment (IE) if you have counsel and possibly complete a driving school. If you are able to get it reduced to an IE, your insurance rates will not be affected. An IE carries zero points on your license and zero points for insurance purposes. Good luck!
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