North Charleston Lawyer for Traffic Offenses

If you receive a traffic ticket in the Charleston greater metropolitan area, turn to the Deaton Law Firm, LLC, for effective representation—otherwise you may face real consequences including increased insurance premiums and sizeable fines. Cumulative violations could result in the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. If you drive for a living, the loss of your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) could also mean the loss of your job. Out-of-state drivers that receive tickets in South Carolina may face penalties from their own state that significantly impact their ability to drive.

You have options. Protect your rights and your record by hiring a skilled, experienced traffic-ticket defense lawyer. At the North Charleston, South Carolina, Deaton Law Firm, LLC, attorney Rad S. Deaton is dedicated to successfully defending these charges and obtaining a favorable result for you. Contact Rad S. Deaton today for a free initial consultation to learn how he can help you.

Mr. Deaton is a reputable trial attorney, who assertively and effectively advocates on behalf of clients charged with traffic tickets, CDL and trucking violations, speeding tickets, DUI, DUS, and other citations. Mr. Deaton has also successfully assisted numerous clients in reinstating their license following decades of suspension and “red tape.”

Mr. Deaton strives to act quickly and responsively to help his clients resolve their legal problems. When you call our office, you will be able to talk with a real live person who can take your information and answer your questions.

Each and every year, thousands of people face increased insurance premiums because they did not defend themselves in traffic court and simply “paid the fine.” Ask for help from the Deaton Law Firm, LLC. Contact us today to speak with a knowledgeable, experienced professional about your individual legal needs.

Remember, the facts of each case are different and Mr. Deaton will attempt to get the best results based on the factual and legal circumstances of your case.