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North and South Carolina Traffic Offense Attorney

Convictions for traffic offenses can have serious consequences. Insurance companies often choose to increase premiums drastically or may drop you altogether. A traffic violation can sometimes lead to the suspension of your personal or professional driver’s license. 

It is important to remember you have rights. At Barboza Law, our North and South Carolina traffic offense attorneys can advocate for your best interests and protect your driving record. 


How Can Traffic Offense Convictions Affect My Life? 

Traffic offenses can have considerable outcomes, especially for those who drive professionally. Consequences may include:

  • The suspension of your commercial driver’s license (CDL)

  • Suspension of your driver’s license

  • The loss of your job or career

  • Increased insurance premiums

  • Possible jail time

For example, the fines for speeding are steep. In addition, each offense adds 2 to 6 points to your license. After 12 points, your license will be suspended for three months. After 20 points, you are off the road for six months. 

What Are the Most Common Violations a North and South Carolina Traffic Offense Lawyer Represent? 

  • Speeding

  • Unlawful passing

  • Following too close, tailgating

  • Driving too fast for conditions

  • Reckless driving

  • Wrong-way driving

  • Passing a stopped school bus


Our experience is not limited to the above list. 

How a York, Lancaster, and Mecklenburg County Traffic Offense Lawyer Can Help

If you have been charged with a traffic offense, call Barboza Law today and speak with a qualified traffic offense attorney in York, Lancaster, and Mecklenburg Counties. Our attorneys have successfully represented clients in a wide range of traffic-related violations. 

When you need an advocate to fight for your rights, call Attorney Barboza at (803) 973-6003 and schedule a consultation today. 

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