Wake

When you receive a traffic violation, it can be stressful. There is often an entire process that you need to understand when it comes to handling any traffic violation you receive in Wake County. Therefore, you need a reliable and knowledgeable Wake County traffic lawyer to help you navigate the process and protect yourself. The Law Office of Tony Huynh is the ideal Wake County traffic attorneys to help you through this process.

Not only is Tony Huynh a qualified and experienced Wake traffic lawyer, but he brings the benefit of working with a small law firm. You receive devoted attention from Tony Huynh as he follows your case from your initial consultation all the way through to its conclusion. Tony Huynh is no stranger to hard work, and he will work hard for you while helping you through the daunting process of handling Wake County traffic violations. The Law Office of Tony Huynh is not only a traffic lawyer Wake County, but other counties, including Guilford, Forsyth, Randolph, Alamance, Orange, Rockingham, Davidson, Davie Counties Durham, Chatham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, and Caswell.

Tony Huynh has experience handling complex traffic laws and DMV regulations to ensure you reach the best end to your traffic violations. Citations can be reduced or dismissed, and a Wake traffic attorney is just the person to help you. There are many ways a traffic violation can be reduced, from Improper Equipment, driving school, and community service. The Law Office of Tony Huynh will work with you and for you to get the best resolution for your Wake County speeding ticket.

When considering if you should use The Law Office of Tony Huynh to handle your traffic violation, keep some points in mind. Tony Huynh provides one on one interaction throughout your case for an affordable price. He knows how hard you work and provides you high value with an affordable price tag. Second, when you hire a traffic attorney, Wake, you typically do not have to appear in court. This can save you a tremendous amount of stress that comes along with being in a courtroom. You do not have to miss time away from work or your family. Third, paying your traffic violations fees before consulting with an attorney means that you are admitting guilt to the violation. Even if you feel you are not at fault, if you pay the fines, your payment is stating your guilt. This could mean an increase in insurance premiums and points on your license.

If you decide to hire an attorney, The Law Office of Tony Huynh is your best option. He has a wide breadth of knowledge about the court system in Wake County, including DMV rules. He understands the best way to see a positive outcome for your case. He also knows that you want to avoid points on your license, increased insurance premiums, or paying large fees to the Court. Tony Huynh is a true negotiator, and he knows which areas can be negotiated and which cannot. Leave the fight to him in the courtroom. Most likely, you are not familiar with the laws and the procedures of the Wake County court system. If you decide to represent yourself without any knowledge of the laws and regulations, you could create a worse situation for yourself. Therefore, it is in your best interest to have a qualified and experienced attorney represent you.

Some of the areas in which the Law Office of Tony Huynh can help are violations for:

  • Careless and Reckless Driving
  • Driving While Impaired
  • Driving While License Revoked
  • Expired Registration
  • Failure to Reduce Speed
  • Following Too Closely
  • Improper Turn or Lane Change
  • No Operators License
  • Speeding
  • Speeding in a School or Work Zone
  • Unsafe Movement

 

This is not a comprehensive list, just some areas in which Tony Huynh can help you reduce or eliminate your traffic violation.

Some common questions people ask about traffic ticket violations are:

Wouldn’t it be easier just to pay for the ticket?

It may be easier, depending on what you find easy. You pay the fine and accept the points and whatever impact there may be to your car insurance. However, when you pay the fine, you are admitting guilt. You are saying, yes, I did this and accept the consequences of this infraction. Once you pay the ticket, you are no longer able to have an attorney go to court and get your violation reduced or removed.

 

I received a traffic ticket in North Carolina, but I don’t live there; what should I do?

It depends on the state in which you live, as each state handles this differently. There are some states; North Carolina is one where an out of state ticket can have an impact to your insurance premium and points on your license. It is usually in your best interest to contact an attorney in your home state to determine how you are going to be impacted by your out of state ticket. If you live in North Carolina and receive a ticket out of state, it will impact your license and insurance.

 

Can I appear in court by myself with legal representation?

Yes, you can certainly appear in court by yourself without an attorney. You will not have to pay for an attorney if you choose to go that route. However, keep in mind that means you are representing yourself in court. You may have to wait for many hours to speak to one of the Assistant District Attorneys (ADAs). An ADA is not allowed to advise you on what you should or should not do. This person cannot tell you how your plea will impact your insurance rates. If you believe you should not have to pay and want to fight your ticket, you will have to appear in court. You will have to set a future date, which is another day away from home or your job. This means that you are in front of a judge in a courtroom, and you will be representing yourself. You may have to take the stand and tell your side of the story. If you are not comfortable in that situation, this may not be the best scenario for you. A traffic attorney Wake can handle all of this for you.

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