Anderson County Traffic Ticket
Did you recently receive a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Anderson County?
Do not make the mistake of paying your Anderson County traffic citation without first learning how the traffic violation will affect your license and insurance from an experienced South Carolina traffic ticket lawyer.
Call our Lawyers for a Free SC Traffic Ticket Consultation or send us your ticket to review:
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- Fax your traffic ticket to: (803) 403-9515
Anderson County Speeding Ticket
Stuck With an Anderson County Traffic Ticket?
Interstate 85 cuts directly through Anderson County, which sits directly between Atlanta and Charlotte. Whether you are a local resident or from out of state, let us help you with your Anderson County traffic ticket. Our legal team has experience with nearly every kind of moving violation. If you have been cited in Anderson, Starr, Homeland Park, Belton, Pendleton, Honea Path or on any outlying highway, give us call to discuss your case.
The Anderson County Summary Court is located at 2404 N. Main Street
Anderson, SC 29621.
What We Try to Prevent
A traffic citation can result in a fine, a trip to the courthouse, a slash on your record and a spike in your insurance premium. For serious crimes, you may even face jail time. At Nosal & Jeter, LLP we work to mitigate your loss as much as possible. State troopers and court officials are usually willing to negotiate, and we may be able to dismiss your charges or reduce the number of points that are tacked onto your record. This is critical for repeat offenders, as South Carolina can legally suspend any license record holding 12 or more points.
By reducing your charges, you can also save money on your insurance premium. If you received an Anderson County speeding ticket while passing through from another state, we will do our best to prevent you from having to appear before the county Magistrate.
What Happens After You Get Cited?
Suppose you are cited for failing to signal a lane change while leaving Homeland Park on Highway 29. Any accused traffic violator in South Carolina has the right to a jury trial, but if you go ahead and pay the fine, you are automatically pleading guilty. Should you choose not to challenge the ticket, your case may result in a misdemeanor and a state fine. At this point, the DMV may add two points to your record, which will most likely cause your insurance premium to up. Alternately, suppose that your lane change causes a car accident. Your case may then escalate to a more serious charge.
How We Can Help
Whether you are charged with an Anderson County speeding ticket or a minor stop light violation, a lawyer can make a big difference in your outcome. Our clients have been cited all over the county, from Powdersville to Belton and even as far down as Ivy. We can even help if you are caught without insurance, charged with driving on a suspended license or found in possession of an open container. We work many cases involving underage drinking, DUI and reckless driving. In fact, we bring several years of actual police force experience to our legal practice. Our South Carolina traffic lawyers can help you fight harder for your defense and mitigate your loss along the way.
Fight My Anderson SC Traffic Ticket
Call (803) 351-3597 for a FREE CONSULTATION on fighting your traffic violation. You can even send us text message with a snap shot of your ticket. Include your phone number and we will review your case for free and get back with you as soon as possible. We are also available at email@example.com or by fax at 803-403-9515. Don’t wait for your court date. Fight your Anderson Traffic Ticket Today!
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Peter J. Nosal, Esq.
Thomas C. Jeter III, Esq.
SOUTH CAROLINA OFFICENosal & Jeter, LLP 852 Gold Hill Rd Ste 201
Fort Mill, SC 29708