South Carolina Traffic Violations Attorney
In South Carolina, your driver’s license is assessed points for each traffic infraction you are found guilty of. If you have accumulated 12 points, your license is suspended for three to six months, and the points can add up quickly. You could be deemed a habitual offender if you are convicted of multiple traffic offenses. Plus, some traffic violations, such as Driving Under Suspension (DUS), carry penalties that include a long-term suspension or revocation of your driver's license and can even result in jail time.
Trust Trey Cook Law If You’ve Been Charged with a Traffic Violation
Losing your driving privileges can throw both your professional and personal life in disarray, but with an experienced traffic violations attorney like Trey Cook, you can challenge your charges in traffic court. Trey Cook is a hardworking attorney in South Carolina who represents clients who’ve been charged with traffic violations ranging from running a stop sign to driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Traffic Violations for Out-of-State Drivers
If you visit South Carolina - or simply pass through - and receive a traffic ticket, Trey Cook Law can help. Trey may even be able to eliminate the need for you to travel from your home in, for example, North Carolina in order to attend a court hearing. Regardless, if you are stopped for a traffic violation in South Carolina, it is crucial that you contact Trey Cook Law as soon as is feasible. Trey will review your case and provide you with the best course of action to resolve the matter with as little impact on your life as possible. So, when your driving privileges are at stake, call Trey Cook Law - the initial consultation is free of charge.