Allendale County Traffic Ticket
Did you recently receive a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Allendale County?
Do not make the mistake of paying your Allendale County traffic citation without first learning how the traffic violation will affect your license and insurance from an experienced South Carolina traffic ticket lawyer.
Allendale County Speeding Ticket
Dealing With an Allendale County Traffic Ticket
Allendale County sits in the southwest part of the state and is a common stopover point between Columbia and Savannah. If you have been issued an Allendale County speeding ticket or any other traffic citation, we can help. Nosal & Jeter, LLP represents South Carolina residents as well as motorists from out of state. We handle cases involving speeding tickets, suspensions, DUI charges, reckless driving and a variety of moving violations.
Allendale County Law Enforcement
Most people pass through the central town of Allendale via US-301 or the 278. State troopers often patrol this area, particularly around USC Salkehatchie when students are leaving campus. Georgia residents are commonly ticketed up near the chemical plants along the state line, and we have helped many clients with citations in Ulmer, Sycamore, Fairfax and Barton. We know the local laws, and in many cases, the charging officer.
Don’t Try to Represent Yourself
If you find yourself with an Allendale County speeding ticket, talk to a lawyer before paying the fine. While you certainly have the right to represent yourself, you will be better off with professional assistance. For example, Allendale county police officers are responsible for monitoring the public use of traffic control tools. You may be cited for rolling through a stop sign, but if doing so causes an accident, your charge can escalate to a failure to yield right-of-way. This is where a lawyer can help mitigate your case.
Our legal team will attempt to work with your officer and the presiding court to get your charge rewritten, reduced or even dismissed. Ultimately, we want to limit the number of points on your record as well as the amount you are charged in state fines. Your DMV record is also tied to the insurance world, so getting legal help may prevent a major increase in your annual premium.
Speeding is the most common Allendale County traffic ticket. Driving between 10 and 24 mph over the posted limit is considered a four-point offense. We also regularly fight charges for minor two-point offenses, such as inoperable tail lights and other signaling mishaps. Serious offenses should definitely be handled by an attorney. Give us a call if you have been charged with a DUI, reckless driving, open container or exceeding speed limits by 25 mph or more.
Our experience extends beyond simple speeding infractions. Contact our office if you are any one of the following:
- Allendale County resident
- South Carolina resident from another county
- Resident of another state
- Repeat offender
- Minor with an alcohol-related charge
- Motorist without insurance
- Driver with a suspended license
One of our South Carolina traffic lawyers can explain your options and determine the best way to proceed.
Send Us Your Ticket for a Free Consultation
At Nosal & Jeter, LLP, we are happy to review your ticket for free. Simply jot down your phone number on the document and email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax us at 803-403-9515. We even take texts at 803-351-3597. We’re open day and night, so contact us anytime to find out how we can help you avoid court time and minimize your loss.
Allendale Traffic Court is located at 1296 Main St. S Allendale, SC 29810.
We can help with all traffic violations!
South Carolina Office Location
Nosal & Jeter, LLP
852 Gold Hill Rd., Unit 201
Fort Mill, SC 29708
Phone: (803) 351-3597