I got a speeding ticket going 60 in 45, have not had any tickets in 10 years, what should I expect in admin court and how much will it cost in stanly county,northcarolina?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You won't be in Admin Court - you will be in District Court, if you decide to go yourself. Your best bet, is to hire an attorney to have this reduced to an Improper Equipment - if the District Attorney allows that reduction in Stanly County. As for expenses, the reduction to Improper Equipment carries court cost and a fine of $263 plus whatever the attorney fee is if you decide to go that route. A fair fee is between $50 and $100.
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