Calhoun County Traffic Ticket
Did you recently receive a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Calhoun County?
Do not make the mistake of paying your Calhoun County traffic citation without first learning how the traffic violation will affect your license and insurance from an experienced South Carolina traffic ticket lawyer.
Calhoun County Speeding Ticket
A Guide for Calhoun County Traffic Ticket Holders
If you were cited on I-26 and issued a Calhoun County traffic ticket, call our office for a free consultation. One of our South Carolina traffic ticket attorneys will discuss your case and recommend the best way to proceed. Whether you were hit with speeding or a more serious offense, we will work to mitigate your situation to achieve the best possible outcome.
We Serve the Following Clients
We work with Calhoun residents, state residents and outside visitors. You don’t have to possess a South Carolina license. In fact, our legal team can provide additional information about how your ticket may affect your Georgia, North Carolina, Texas or Florida driver’s license.
Areas Where Citations Occur
We represent people charged with traffic violations on side streets, state roads and interstate highways. An officer may issue a Calhoun County speeding ticket in a number of key locations, including:
- St. Matthews
- Lone Star
- Interstate 26
- Fort Motte
- 176-601 Interchange
- Sandy Run
- SC 6,33,172, and 419
The Calhoun County Magistrate Court has 2 locations, 204 Boyce Lawton Drive and 1724 Old State Road Hwy 176, Calhoun, SC.
A Calhoun County Speeding Ticket
A speeding ticket can result in a fine and up to six points on your record depending, on how far you exceeded the limit. An officer can also charge you $237 for driving too fast for conditions, even if you are within the posted range. This type of violation typically involves bad weather or an accident. Because officers usually arrive on the scene after an accident has occurred, fault is often based on the testimony of a witness. A situation like this definitely warrants the help of an experienced state traffic attorney. Our legal team will try to fight the charge or subjective opinion, and we may even be able to negotiate with the officer before the ticket is closed out.
Call Now to speak to a SC traffic ticket attorney about your St. Matthews Ticket: (803) 351–3597
What to Do If You Get Pulled Over
First and foremost, be polite with your officer, and do not try to negotiate on the side of the road. All arguments should be saved for court. A Calhoun County traffic ticket usually involves a fine. If you pay right away, the court will consider you guilty. Likewise, if you fail to appear for an order, you will still be tried.
Call our office before you pay your fine. Traffic violations typically come with insurance spikes, but if you get a lawyer involved, you may be able to reduce the charge and avoid paying higher premiums to your provider.
Discuss Your Calhoun County Traffic Ticket For Free
Whether you rolled through a stop sign or failed to signal a turn, we want to help ease the blow of an accidental mistake. Even if you are driving uninsured, suspended or with a DUI, we want to hear from you. Send us a copy of your ticket for a free consultation. We accept images by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and by fax to 803-403-9515. Alternatively, you can send a text to our main line, 803-351-3597. Our office staff receives inquires during morning, evening and weekend hours, so call today to speak to a South Caroline traffic attorney about your options. With experience on your side comes more peace of mind.
South Carolina Office Location
Nosal & Jeter, LLP
852 Gold Hill Rd., Unit 201
Fort Mill, SC 29708
Phone: (803) 351-3597