If a series of speeding tickets has put your North Carolina driver's license at risk, Guilford County defense lawyer — and former Assistant District Attorney — Peter D. Zellmer can help.
At Peter D. Zellmer, PLLC, our experienced lawyer uses his prosecutor experience to explore every avenue that could bring positive results, including pretrial and post-trial options that allow you to keep your license or retain limited driving privileges on a provisional basis.
If your driver's license has already been suspended due to a drunk driving charge or succession of traffic violations, Mr. Zellmer is prepared to represent you at your DMV hearing, advocating for restoration of your driving privileges. He specializes in driver's license restoration cases negotiated with prosecutors.
Our skilled criminal defense and traffic attorney wants to put you back on the road so you can continue to travel to your job and provide for your family. Contact us from wherever you are in the Triad to arrange your free initial consultation.
The Peter D. Zellmer law firm in Greensboro protects your rights — and driving privileges — when you are accused of first-time, repeat or habitual DWI; driving with license revoked or suspended; and moving violations such as:
Attorney Zellmer personalizes his quality legal services, customizing them to suit your unique needs and working hard to minimize the negative impact of a serious traffic violation or license revocation. He works directly with you throughout the process, supplying you with facts, options and updates on your case.
If you have been cited for a traffic offense in Guilford County, a lawyer can save you money rather than costing you money. Greensboro traffic violation lawyer Peter D. Zellmer's law office is all about his cost-efficiency and your convenience — beginning with your free initial consultation.
Contact us today with a call to 336-274-1168.