A: For most cases, no. When you signed the “Waiver of Appearance” section of the Agreement of Representation, you designated Jennifer Allen Law, PLLC to appear on your behalf. However, there are certain cases that will require your appearance if requested by the judge or Assistant District Attorney. In cases where your appearance is mandatory […]
A: Unless otherwise instructed by an Assistant District Attorney, we strive to advise you during your initial consultation on whether or not driving school will be necessary for you. If you must attend a driving school, we will send you an e-mail with instructions on how, when and where you can take a course.
A: Navigating your case is a process and frequently the court system moves slowly. There are many reasons a case may be continued: our office may be awaiting a copy of your driving record or a letter from your insurance company; the docket may have been full on a particular day; we may want to […]
A: It is our goal to always keep you informed on the status of your case. However, our office frequently has a large volume of cases that are heard in a single day. This makes it difficult to notify every client on the day of his or her court date. We will work as hard […]
A: The clerk of court routinely updates the NC Courts website with your court date. We understand that the citation can get worn and hard to read. Therefore, we advise that you double-check on: http://www1.aoc.state.nc.us/www/calendars/CriminalQuery.html to make sure where and when your court date is set for.
A: The courts understand that you do not necessarily always live in the county in which you received the ticket. In the case of driving school, as long as it is an accredited driving school that has a 4-6 hour class (or if you need 2 days of in-person driving school, 8 hours), all we […]