High-Speed Violations

Various laws govern the speed of drivers on streets, roads and highways.  You can be cited for speeding if you exceed posted limits or drive faster than what is considered reasonable and safe for a specific road condition.  Driver’s license suspension is fairly common in cases involving high speed violations.  You can lose your license if you have two or more speeding convictions within a 12 month period, are found guilty of speeding in excess of 80 mph in a 70 mph zone, or speeding in excess of 75 mph when the posted limit is less than 70 mph.  Driving at a high speed can also result in reckless driving charges and, depending on the circumstances, highway racing and speeding to elude, which carry significant penalties.  A guilty verdict in a speeding ticket case can result in:
  • DMV points
  • Increased insurance rates for 3 years
  • Fines
  • License suspension
If you have received a high speed ticket, contact us to discuss your citation.  There may be ways to reduce the severity of the violation, fines and other penalties.  You will also need the help of a qualified defense attorney to fight the possibility of a license suspension.

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Our determined legal team has helped individuals and families with thousands of high speed violations and criminal cases and assisted countless others with their differing legal needs.  Serving clients throughout The Triangle of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, we fight aggressively to help those in need.  We offer a free consultation and affordable rates to help you pursue the just outcome you deserve.

Raleigh Traffic Tickets

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The Law Offices of J.M. Kotzker will can review the specifics of your case and develop a strategic approach to the situation.  We are adept at effectively fighting speeding tickets and red light tickets and tickets or charges relating to high speed violationsreckless drivingillegal/unsafe lane changesfailure to yield to an emergency vehicle and passing a stopped school bus.  Read more about traffic tickets
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