Have blue lights in the rear view gotten your heart racing lately? You could waste a whole day standing in line at the Buncombe County Courthouse just for the privilege of paying for your speeding ticket ...
... but our Valentine to you will give you the good kind of butterflies in your stomach! Go Local Week happily coincides with the week leading up to Valentine's Day. It's a way for Asheville residents and local businesses to connect and show some (platonic) love for each other. We want to celebrate by taking care of your Buncombe County traffic ticket for a flat fee of $200.
Do I need an attorney for a speeding ticket?
A lot of Asheville residents find it worth the expense to pay a lawyer to go to court for their traffic tickets. However, many people we speak to tell us that they've thought about handling their traffic tickets on their own. While it's possible, it's not always advised. This is particularly true if you'd had other speeding tickets within the past couple of years, if you're accused of driving at a speed 20 miles or more above the speed limit, or if your case is otherwise more complicated than typical.
Should I pay my speeding ticket or get an attorney?
By paying that ticket, you are pleading guilty to the offense you're charged with. That means you're accepting DMV points and higher auto insurance rates.
In the long run, it's much more expensive to pay the ticket than it is to hire an attorney to do the work for you. We will check your driving record and negotiate with the prosecutor on your behalf to make sure that your case is resolved in the way that impacts your driving record the least.