Edelstein & Payne Case Results

Wake County Speeding Ticket Reduced to Non-moving

January 2020

Attorney negotiated reduction of speeding ticket 23 miles per hour (48 in a 25) to a non-moving "Improper Equipment" charge. While not a complete win in the form of a dismissed charge, a reduction to a non-moving violation can be extremely beneficial- in this case the driver was facing a potential license revocation based upon the speed over the limit. By obtaining a reduction to non-moving, the driver avoids a license revocation, increased insurance costs, and any points on their driving records. 

Although we do not defend a high volume of traffic infractions, the attorneys at Edelstein & Payne have relevant experience as well as working familiarity with the judges, prosecutors, who exercise discretion over these matters, as well as the clerks who administer them. 

Practice area(s): Speeding / Traffic Ticket

Court: Wake County District Court

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