Legal Question in Traffic Law in North Carolina

prayer for judgement for speeding?

I have a clean record. REceived speeding ticket 54 in 45. SHould I request prayer for judgement? Or reduction to non moving violation? What do both of these terms mean and how do they affect points on insurance and license?

Asked on 4/29/05, 4:08 pm

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Jeff Rosner Rosner Law Firm P.A.
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Re: prayer for judgement for speeding?

You should always seek a non-moving violation first. Some counties will give it to you and others won't. Sometimes an attorney will be able to get a non-moving violation when you wouldn't.

Otherwise, I would advise keeping it at 9 over and not requesting a prayer for judgment. You still won't have insurance points if it is your only infraction in the last three years. Plus you can save yuor prayer for judgment.

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