FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How can I get in contact with my Attorney?
Our attorneys are available Monday - Friday during business hours. If you need to speak with your attorney, contact our office and we can set up an appointment. In some emergency situations on weekends or after business hours, you can send a message through our website.
What should I do if I miss my court date?
Depending on the charge, failure to appear in court on your appointed date can result in fines, suspension of your driver's license or a possible order of arrest. If you are worried you missed your court date, please contact us immediately.
What is a prayer for judgment or PJC?
A “Prayer for Judgment Continued” or PJC is a North Carolina law that can be a beneficial outcome for certain lower level citations. Basically, a prayer for judgment means that although the person(s) charged has pleaded guilty, the court does not enter a final judgment of conviction in the case. You should consult our attorneys about your legal rights and options for any case.
What is a power of attorney?
It is often necessary to appoint someone else to act for you in certain circumstances. You can give someone the legal authority to act for you with a document called a Power of Attorney. If you are interested in appointing someone to be your power of attorney, contact our office and we can assist you.
What counties do you cover?
We focus on Caldwell, Catawba, and Burke. Depending on the case, we handle cases all across North Carolina.
What is your range of legal fees?
Every case is unique and our fees reflect this. To learn more about our fee structure, contact our office.
What types of traffic tickets do you handle?
We handle all types of traffic matters in North Carolina, including speeding, reckless driving, unsafe movement, as well as many more.
How do I know my court date?
Your first court date will typically be listed on your charging document. Our firm consistently stays in touch with our clients regarding upcoming court dates. Where possible, we handle matters without our clients ever coming to court. In cases where our clients have to be present in court, we try to schedule specific court times so that our clients are not spending unnecessary time away from work, school, or their family.