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2 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for North Carolina on
Q: Received a ticket for doing 87 in a 65 in NC. Possible outcomes?

I've never been pulled over in NC, was in the left hand lane with both a car in front of me, and a few cars behind me. Officer in the far right lane said he clocked me doing 87 in a 65. This sint possible, as for one I was following traffic ( I know THAT part is possible) in a car with 98 hp, and... Read more »

Ryan M. Stowe
Ryan M. Stowe answered on Jul 8, 2018

You are facing a license suspension. You should hire a local attorney to help you yo avoid NC Points and Insurance Points. You could get the ticket handled yourself without an attorney but it would impact your insurance rates.

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Q: I got a ticket for going 85 mph in a 65 mph zone in Gaston county NC and was wondering if i could use a PJC

I have only 1 other ticket which was in York County SC for running a stop sign. I need my car for work and cant afford to lose my license. If i am able to use a PJC how would I use it?

Ryan M. Stowe
Ryan M. Stowe answered on Jun 8, 2018

You should try to get it reduced to an improper equipment. You do qualify for a PJC but I wouldn't recommend using it.

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