If you have been charged with a traffic offense in Cumberland County or on Fort Bragg, it is important to seek a dedicated defense attorney to represent you and your rights.
Our firm has more than 75 years of legal experience, and two of our attorneys are former Assistant District Attorneys. This gives our firm the “know-how” of the local court system. We can put that knowledge to work for you in the following areas:
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The military police of Fort Bragg, North Carolina issue hundreds of citations every year. If you’re charged with a traffic offense or other crime on a federal installation, you will be given a court date in federal court. Often, this federal courtroom will be located far away from your home or workplace.
Multiple attorneys at The Richardson Firm are authorized to practice law in federal court. In some cases, you can waive your appearance in Federal court by hiring The Richardson Firm to represent you.
If you are charged with any kind of traffic offense in Cumberland County, North Carolina, you may be ordered to appear at the Cumberland County Courthouse, located at 117 Dick Street, Fayetteville, NC on a particular day and at a particular time.
Spending a day in court for a traffic ticket can be wasteful and time-consuming, keeping you away from your job or your family. If you live outside of the Fayetteville area, these problems are compounded.
Our attorneys at The Richardson Firm can often appear in court on your behalf, allowing you to go about your normal life without the hassle of spending a day in a crowded courtroom. Call us today to inquire whether this option is available in your particular case.
Ignoring serious traffic charges can have a profound impact on your bank account, your personal freedom, and your ability to drive in the future. Our attorneys routinely represent individuals charged with serious traffic offenses, including:
Paying a fine does not make a traffic violation go away. In fact, uncontested traffic charges can impact you and your record for years. An increase in points against your driver’s license or insurance policy means you could be at risk for a license suspension or higher insurance premiums. Do not ignore your ticket. Speak with an attorney first.
To start your consultation, contact our Fayetteville law firm by calling (910) 488-5050 today or fill out a simple contact form below!