Motion for Appropriate Relief (MAR) by Wake County Traffic Attorney Wiley Nickel

Have you ever received a speeding ticket in North Carolina? Did you just pay it off by mailing back the citation with payment?  If you did that you probably found that your insurance rates went through the roof.  Filing a motion for appropriate relief may be a way to reverse the bad effects caused by that decision.

When you pay a traffic ticket you are pleading guilty.  When you plead guilty to a traffic offense, points are applied to your driving record and to your insurance record.  What does this mean?  It means your insurance rates will increase.  In North Carolina, insurance companies can surcharge you per point placed on your record. This is why it is good to consult with Attorney before your scheduled court date.  My advice is DO NOT pay off your Raleigh area traffic ticket until you speak with a Wake County Speeding Ticket Attorney.

If you are looking for a Traffic Defense Attorney and or an Attorney to handle a speeding ticket in Wake County Please Call The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC at 919-585-1486.

If you paid your ticket and are seeking to escape the consequences of that mistake there is a way to reverse the points by having the case re-opened.  This is called a motion for appropriate relief. Legal documents must be filed and served on the District Attorney’s office requesting that the case be re-opened. You should contact a traffic ticket lawyer in your area to assist you with this. It is not cheap, but it will save you insurance points and money in the long run.

The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel assists clients with representation with Wake County Traffic Tickets, Traffic tickets in Raleigh, License Restorations, reckless driving charges, high speed violations, warrant strikes, and other infractions.  Feel free to contact us at 919-585-1486 for a free consultation.

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Wiley Nickel

Wiley Nickel lives and works in Cary, North Carolina. In 1998, he graduated from Tulane University with a major in Political Science and a minor in History. After college Wiley went to work for Al Gore and travelled with the Vice President as part of his national advance staff. Following the Gore campaign he earned his law degree from the Pepperdine University School of Law in 2005. While in law school Wiley worked as a law clerk in the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable criminal trial experience before taking and passing the California bar exam. His first job out of law school was for the Merced County District Attorney’s Office where he worked as a Deputy District Attorney with a focus on prosecuting DWI offenders. Wiley later joined the Law Offices of Joseph Uremovic where he focused on civil litigation and family law. When the opportunity came to join the Obama campaign in 2008 Wiley jumped at the chance. He spent three years travelling with President Obama as a member of his national advance team. In 2011 Wiley left his work for the White House to return to the practice of law. Wiley devotes the majority of his practice to the areas of criminal law, family law, traffic tickets and DMV issues. The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel was started with the goal of providing the best representation possible for all of his clients. Experienced, Compassionate, Aggressive Criminal Defense While defense attorney Wiley Nickel works as the primary attorney for all of his cases, he does have an associate attorney, a team of investigators, forensic consultants, and support staff to call on to help achieve the best possible result in every case. He limits his case load so that he can focus on providing the best possible legal defense to all of his clients. Every case is a top priority and the goal is to have your case dismissed with a focus on being able to expunge your charges at the end of the process. When he is not working, Wiley is an avid family man, distance runner and golfer. He loves North Carolina college sports and is hoping this is the year for Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Wiley is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and California.