Berkeley County Traffic Ticket
Did you recently receive a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Berkeley County?
Do not make the mistake of paying your Berkeley County traffic citation without first learning how the traffic violation will affect your license and insurance from an experienced South Carolina traffic ticket lawyer.
Berkeley County Speeding Ticket
Mitigating a Berkeley County Traffic Ticket Case
At Nosal Jeter, LLP we represent both resident and non-resident traffic ticket holders. Our clients have been cited in Bonneau, Huger, Jamestown, Moncks Corner, St. Stephen, Goose Creek and many neighborhoods surrounding North Charleston and the Naval base. Furthermore, the Boeing plant has relocated a lot of out-of-state employees who are unfamiliar with local motorist laws. Feel free to talk to us about any Berkeley County traffic ticket. In many cases, we have been able to minimize points, reduce insurance liability and even dismiss a charge.
Berkeley County Law Enforcement
The county sheriff’s office is headquartered in Moncks Corner, but any municipal police department can issue a Berkeley County speeding ticket. Francis Marion National Forest is a multi-use park that spans half the county. This area is heavily patrolled. Common violations include speeding, following too close, failing to yield and disobeying traffic signals. If you drive 10 mph over the speed limit on any county road, you can be hit with fine and four points on your driving record.
Call Now to talk about your Moncks Corner Traffic Ticket: (803) 351–3597
Who We Represent
We are happy to discuss any Berkeley County traffic ticket. Our client profile includes:
- County locals
- Other South Carolina residents
- Residents of other states, namely Georgia, Florida and North Carolina
- Repeat offenders
- Drivers without insurance
- Suspended motorists
- Drivers with DUIs and other alcohol-related charges
If you were cited in Berkeley but live in another state, you may have to return to the Magistrate or local court within 10 days. Call our office as soon as possible. We may be able to prevent the need to appear and possibly reduce the number of points that transfer to the DMV in your home state.
Don’t Pay Your Fine Without Talking to a Lawyer
Paying a ticket fee means pleading guilty to the stated charge. Moreover, you will automatically be sentenced if you fail to show up for a court appointment. It’s best to talk to lawyer before trying to represent yourself. For instance, South Carolina has some very specific laws about the use of traffic cameras, and legal assistance can be highly beneficially.
You should definitely seek help when you are hit with a repeat charge. Cases that involve accidents can become particularly messy, so give us a call to learn the best way to proceed. We fight situations involving everything from minor infractions to reckless driving and DUI charges. Plus, our legal team may be able to reduce your case. By incurring fewer points, you may able to prevent a costly increase in your insurance rate.
Call Nosal & Jeter, LLP to Discuss Your Violation
Our office takes calls during morning, evening and weekend hours at 803-351-3597. Feel free to ask one of our attorneys to preview your citation details free of charge. You can email a copy of the Berkeley County traffic ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax the scan to 803-403-9515. Many of our clients even text ticket images directly to our main number. Get a lawyer on your side to help minimize your loss. Our experienced legal team will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome. The Berkeley County Traffic Court is located at 223 North Live Oaks Drive Berkeley, SC.
South Carolina Office Location
Nosal & Jeter, LLP
852 Gold Hill Rd., Unit 201
Fort Mill, SC 29708
Phone: (803) 351-3597