Surry County Traffic Violation Attorney

If you have received a speeding ticket or have been accused of any other moving violation in Stokes County or Surry County, it is in your best interest to consult with an experienced traffic offense lawyer. Many traffic offenses in North Carolina carry points that are attached to your driving record. Amassing too many points against your driver's license can result in the suspension of your driving privileges.

The Surry County traffic violation defense lawyers at Royster and Royster, PLLC, understand how important your driver's license is in being able to go about your day-to-day business. Hiring a seasoned attorney to defend against a traffic violation may make a significant difference in the outcome of your case — and a substantial difference between amassing insurance points against your license and not. We will strive to minimize the long-term impact on your driver's license and insurance rates.

Common traffic violations in North Carolina include:

  • Speeding
  • Hit-and-run
  • Failure to properly stop for a red light or stop sign
  • Driving to the left of center
  • Driving while license revoked
  • Failure to move for an emergency vehicle
  • Unsafe passing or failure to signal

Get A Free Traffic Ticket Evaluation From A Seasoned Defense Lawyer

We offer free consultations to evaluate traffic offense allegations. It is often tempting to just pay the ticket and move on without consulting a lawyer. However, paying off a ticket may result in revocation of your license. When you meet with our traffic violations defense lawyers, you will be protecting your interests and can rest assured that you can make informed decisions concerning your legal options.

Our lawyers are deeply familiar with the law and the local court process. Our evaluation may include finding weaknesses in the prosecution's case. If you retain our firm to defend you, we work diligently to negotiate effective plea agreements to reduce the impact of insurance points, backed by trial skills to fight the allegations in court.

To schedule a no-obligation conference, contact us online or call Royster and Royster at 336-415-4234 in Pilot Mountain or 336-459-3823 in Mount Airy.