LAW FIRM, LLC
Ticket Defense For Out-Of-State Residents Cited In The Pee Dee Area
In some parts of South Carolina, a trip to the beach can turn into a long nightmare.
Speeding and other traffic tickets are frequently issued in the Pee Dee area, which includes Myrtle Beach and Florence, as well as communities throughout Marlboro County, Dillon County, Marion County, Horry County, Florence County, Williamsburg County and Georgetown County.
For individuals who live out of state and are cited in any of these areas, the consequences can follow you home. A failure to pay the ticket or challenge it can result in the loss of your driver's license and increased insurance premiums.
We can help.
Handling Your Ticket Defense Without Driving Back To South Carolina.
Our experienced traffic violations attorney, Ray Lord, has helped many out-of-state residents in similar circumstances.
He is a former police officer and prosecutor.
He knows the laws and procedures.
Because of his expertise, many people place trust in his ability to help them. He can handle the matter on your behalf, saving you the aggravation of having to appear in court.
Contact Our Office. It Will Cost You Nothing.
Call 803-407-4140 today to set up a free over-the-phone consultation. We can discuss your ticket, the process involved and answer any questions you have about what you could face.
Ignoring the ticket isn't recommended because your ticket will follow you back to your home state. Paying the ticket means pleading guilty, which could cost you hundreds in fines, loss of your driver's license and possible jail time.
Fighting the ticket is the wisest approach – but you don't necessarily have to return to South Carolina to do so. That's where we come in.
Since 1999, we have assisted many drivers who live out of state with South Carolina traffic tickets. Our leading attorney, Ray Lord, is a former prosecutor and police officer.
If you have received a ticket and do not live in South Carolina, contact us to find out how we can help.
We often handle citations for out-of-state drivers cited for a wide range of violations, including but not limited to:
Traffic light violations
Stop sign violations
You can also send an email.