Should I Pay My Wake County Traffic Ticket Online?
Before you pay your North Carolina traffic ticket online, speak to an attorney to see if you could be eligible for reduced charges.
Should you pay your ticket to be done with it?If you have recently received a traffic ticket, you may have the option to pay it online and be done with it. But, this could result in you paying much more than you need to or even having the charge on your record when it doesn't need to be. Before you pay your ticket online, call The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel at (919) 585-1486 to see if we can help reduce the charges or even have them dismissed.
You might be eligible to have the charges reducedWe can help determine if the District Attorney may be willing to work with you to reduce your charge. This might be possible through producing documentation from your insurance company, taking traffic school courses, or requesting a Prayer for Judgment Continued. However, you will not be able to receive a more favorable outcome if you simply pay your ticket online.
Call us and let us see if you may be eligible for a reduced charge or dismissal. Not only will we go to court for you, we may be able to save you money and points on your license. Wiley Nickel and Kristi Haddock are experienced attorneys who handle a large volume of traffic tickets each year. Email Wiley at [email protected] or [email protected]