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Lawyer defends clients against tickets and moving violations

While many view traffic violations as minor infractions and nuisances, traffic tickets and moving violations have the power to wreak havoc on your life. Fees quickly mount, and points from tickets can cause your insurance premiums to skyrocket or result in a revoked or suspended license. The SimeonLaw Firm does not underestimate the seriousness of traffic violations and doggedly works on your behalf to get the charges you face reduced or dismissed.

Skillfully Handling Traffic Violation Cases Statewide

Since the 1980’s, Mark Simeon, individually, or through his network of highly skilled traffic defense associates, has represented drivers in North Carolina charged with motor vehicle violations, that is, infractions, misdemeanors and felony violations of Chapter 20 of the North Carolina General Statutes (NCGS), including, but not limited to the offenses and statute sections listed below:

  • Careless/Reckless driving ~ §20-140
  • Aggressive driving ~ §20-141.6
  • Unlawful racing ~ §20-141.3
  • Speeding ~ §20-141, including work zone and school zone violations
  • Illegal passing stopped school bus violations ~ §20-217
  • Driving too slow/impeding traffic ~ §20-141(h)
  • Rush hour traffic lane violations ~ §20-146.2
  • Motorcycle operation violations ~ §20-146.1
  • Driving a commercial vehicle 15+ mph over the limit ~ §20-141(j3)
  • Expired registration plate/tag ~ §20-111
  • Expired inspection certificate ~ §20-183.8
  • Expired driver’s license ~ §20-7
  • Driving without an operator’s license ~ §20-7
  • Running a stop sign/flashing red light ~ §20-158(b)(1); (b)(3)
  • Running a steady red light ~ §20-158(b)(2)
  • Seatbelt violations ~ §20-135.2A; §20-137.1
  • Passenger violations ~ §20-137.1; §20-137.7; §20-135.2A
  • Driving while impaired/under the influence (DWI/DUI) ~ §20-138.1
  • Open Container violations ~ §20-138.7
  • Driving with a suspended license/Driving while license revoked (DWLR) ~ §20-28
  • Committing a moving offense during a period of license suspension/revocation ~ §20-28.1
  • Provisional licensee violations/suspensions ~ §20-13; §20-13.2; §20-13.3
  • Financial responsibility/insurance violations ~ §20-313
  • Unsafe movement (starting)(stopping)(turning) violations ~ §20-154
  • Overtaking/passing violations ~ §20-150
  • Lane violations ~ §20-146; §20-217
  • Leaving the scene of an accident ~ §20-166
  • Violating license restrictions ~ §20-35
  • Ignition interlock violations ~ §20-7(e); §20-19 (c3)
  • Hit-and-run accidents ~ §20-166

Whether you have been charged with a moving or nonmoving violation, whether your license has been canceled, or suspended/revoked indefinitely or permanently, Mark Simeon possesses the knowledge, skill and expertise needed to protect your best interests in traffic court and at NC DMV.

A practical and solution-oriented process

I take a detail-oriented approach to traffic violation defense cases. I interview you to obtain as much information as possible regarding the circumstances surrounding your moving violation, examining every aspect of your case to see if the police officer violated standard procedures or failed to perform their duties as required. I explore every scenario to determine your best course of action, and I attend your trial to question those testifying against you.

Contact a qualified traffic violations lawyer today

The SimeonLaw Firm is experienced representing clients in traffic courts. Contact my Durham office online or at 919-695-3560 to speak to seasoned legal counsel about your traffic ticket. I stand prepared to do all I can to minimize the negative repercussions of a traffic violation.

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P. O. Box 1702
Durham, North Carolina 27702-1702
Phone: 919-599-4896
Fax: 919-869-2455
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