Haywood County Traffic Ticket Lawyer – Waynesville NC
Were you issued a traffic citation in Haywood County, NC?
Veteran Waynesville traffic ticket attorney Gordon Langer has been successfully resolving his clients’ traffic matters in court for them for years without his clients ever having to step foot inside of a courtroom themselves. For an absolutely FREE, no-strings-attached consultation, call Haywood County traffic ticket attorney Gordon Langer right now on his business cell phone at 828-490-RIDE (7433), or send a text to that number with a well-lit photograph of your Haywood County speeding ticket or other traffic violation, and Mr. Langer will respond to you ASAP! You may also use our Online Form or send an email straight to Gordon Langer at Gordon@LangerLawFirm.com.
Attorney Gordon Langer handles the following traffic tickets in Waynesville:
- Careless Driving
- Reckless Driving
- Driving While License Revoked (DWLR)
- No Operator’s License (NOL)
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Speeding in a School Zone or Work Zone
- Failure to Reduce Speed (Generally due to an accident)
- Open Container
- Following Too Closely
- Unsafe Movement
- Expired Registration
- No Insurance
- Hit and Run
- Many other violations
Call 828-490-RIDE (7433) now to hire Attorney Langer, or text a picture of your citation to the aforementioned phone number.
We fight Haywood County speeding tickets and all other traffic citations in Waynesville, Maggie Valley, Canton, Clyde, Lake Junaluska, and more.
It is very important that you hire an experienced and local ticket attorney who knows how the resident district attorneys handle all types of driving offenses. Haywood (Waynesville, NC) is one of seven (7) counties comprising North Carolina’s 43rd Prosecutorial District. Although this county shares its district with six (6) other counties, the assistant district attorneys who routinely work here handle cases very differently and have unique preferences to which only a Waynesville traffic citation lawyer who regularly handles cases here would be accustomed. Attorney Gordon Langer knows these local customs inside and out, and he is here to help guide you through the process of winning your case.
I have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), and I received a Designated Lane Violation charge. What can be done with this ticket?
There are at least two types of traffic tickets in Haywood County that the district attorney’s office has a blanket policy regarding not offering any reductions whatsoever, and this happens to be one of those charges – at least as of the time of this writing. Regardless of your driving record, even if it is perfect, the State will refuse to offer any sort of negotiations to lower the offense level. If you decide that you do not want to plead responsible and would prefer to fight the charge, you will have to have a full trial in front of a judge (without a jury) in criminal district court. The State has the burden of proving every element of the offense using the well-known “beyond a reasonable doubt” evidentiary standard. Please contact us if you choose to exercise your right to have a trial. We have the trial experience necessary to help you.
I was given a speeding ticket for traveling 90 mph or more over the speed limit, and the officer tacked on a Reckless Driving charge as well. How can you assist me?
Just like the Designated Lane Violation mentioned above, as of the time of this writing the Haywood County district attorney’s office has a policy of not offering any sort of reduction for 90 mph and above citations. However, Haywood County speeding ticket lawyer Gordon Langer can still assist you. Oftentimes with the help of an experienced attorney like Mr. Langer it is possible to obtain a complete dismissal of the worst of the charges, Reckless Driving, in exchange for pleading to the speeding charge. Reckless Driving is a Class 2 misdemeanor criminal offense, which is a higher-level crime than the speeding citation, which is a Class 3 misdemeanor – a lower-level offense in the State of North Carolina.
Please be aware that a driver will have his or her license automatically revoked for a period of one year for pleading to a 90 mph or more over the limit ticket. However, in the vast majority of cases we are able to obtain for our clients a Limited Driving Privilege that allows them to drive for essential purposes, including for work, education, maintenance of household, religious worship, emergency medical care, etc.
Alternatively, you may choose to forego negotiating with the district attorney’s office and instead opt for a trial on the matter and force the State to prove beyond a reasonable doubt every single element of the alleged crimes. Regardless of whether you choose to negotiate with the State or to try your case in front of a judge, you need seasoned legal counsel by your side to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome. To reach your very own, accomplished traffic ticket lawyer in Haywood County, contact Attorney Gordon Langer on his cell phone now at 828-490-RIDE (7433) or simply text to him a picture of your ticket at that number. You can also send Mr. Langer a message by using This Form. If you prefer to use email, you can send your correspondence to Gordon@LangerLawFirm.com. Calling or texting is the fastest and easiest way to reach us, but any of the above-mentioned methods will work just fine.
We are here today to help you with your speeding ticket in Haywood County or any other traffic citation that you may have received, so contact us now!