LAW FIRM, LLC
Defense For Turbeville Area Traffic Tickets
Caught Speeding In Turbeville? A $500 Fine Is Likely..
Speeding and other traffic tickets in the Columbia and Manning area can be steep.
But, the town of Turbeville, South Carolina, is particularly dangerous.
A speeding ticket on Interstate 26, I-20 and I-95 or nearby roads in that area can result in a $500 fine as well as jail time. On top of that, its law enforcement officers are fond of using speed traps to round up speeding drivers to generate revenue for the city.
Out-Of-State Drivers Beware: The Ticket Will Follow You Home
If you live out of state and get caught in one of these traps in Turbeville and forget or fail to pay your ticket, you will find that the consequences associated with having done that will not stay in South Carolina when you cross back over the border. Along with the steep fine, you could face a suspension of your driver's license and increased insurance premiums.
We can help.
Experienced Defense On Your Side
Our firm has represented countless drivers — living in state and out of state — with traffic ticket defense.
Our leading attorney, Ray Lord, is extremely knowledgeable with traffic laws and procedures, as he is a former police officer and prosecutor and now defends individuals in private practice.
Let us help mitigate the penalties you could face.
In many cases, you may not need to return to South Carolina. Ray often handles matters on behalf of our clients, saving them the aggravation of having to appear in court. Let Us Review The Details Of Your Case, It will not cost you anything. Call 803-407-4140 today. Free consultations.
Let Us Review The Details Of Your Case
It will not cost you anything.
Call 803-407-4140 today.
Since 1999, we have assisted many drivers who live out of state with South Carolina traffic tickets. Our leading attorney, Ray Lord, is a former prosecutor and police officer.
If you have received a ticket and do not live in South Carolina, contact us to find out how we can help.
We often handle citations for out-of-state drivers cited for a wide range of violations, including but not limited to:
Traffic light violations
Stop sign violations
You can also send an email.