How Do I Clear Up Old Traffic Tickets?

We see thousands of soldiers coming through Fort Bragg every year. When you leave North Carolina for a new base, you may eventually have to replace your North Carolina driver's license. If you have old traffic tickets you never dealt with, however, your North Carolina troubles could prevent you from getting a new license, causing you all kinds of headaches.

No matter where you are in the country or world, you can call me, attorney R. Gregg Edwards, to get the help you need. Based in Fayetteville, I have helped countless drivers living throughout the U.S. clean up their driving records due to traffic violations in North Carolina so they can get on with their lives.

Helping You Get A Clean Slate

Due to advancements in technology, what was never a problem 25 years ago has now ensnared drivers throughout the country who are trying to get new licenses. If you keep driving on an expired North Carolina license, you could be exposing yourself to serious criminal penalties.

Maybe you forgot to pay a ticket, you could not afford to pay or you never paid because you were worried about a possible license suspension. No matter the excuse, the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles can block you from obtaining a new license.

I am well-versed in the practices of the local traffic courts. While you remain in your home state, I will get the violation put back on the court calendar. I will then be able to negotiate with the prosecutor on a dismissal or a small fine to resolve your ticket. Once the ticket has been resolved, you will be able to get a new license.

Do Not Drive On An Expired License. Call An Experienced Lawyer Today.

Clearing up old traffic tickets is an important step to take to be able to drive legally in a new state. Call my office in Fayetteville, North Carolina, today at 910-705-4890 to learn more about how I can help without you ever having to leave home.