If you get a traffic ticket in Mecklenburg County, you can go to the Mecklenburg County Courthouse to negotiate a resolution for your case. You have to find parking and walk to court. Once inside, you will probably go to Courtroom 1130, where most traffic tickets cases are handled. You will have the opportunity to speak with the Assistant District Attorney about your case. Different cases may get different results. For instance, a person who has no history of convictions for No Operating License may be able to get a No Operating License charge reduced to a Failure to Notify DMV, while someone with an extensive record of traffic violations will not be able to get such a deal. Sometimes, the prosecutor will allow you to take a traffic class and get your charges dismissed. When this happens, you will probably have to return to court with a certificate demonstrating that you completed the course, and show it to the Assistant District Attorney before he or she will dismiss the case.
Other cases can be resolved in other ways. If the District Attorney is unwilling reduce your charge, a judge may be willing to grant a Prayer for Judgment Continued. This is not a guaranteed solution, and you need to be aware that for insurance purposes, typically only one PJC is recognized in three years for every insurance policy. If you have old cases you want to resolve, you need to get them added back on for another date, which typically means at least two trips to the courthouse. If at any point you feel uncomfortable handling any of this yourself, you can always hire a Charlotte traffic ticket lawyer to help you with your case. You can be confident that an attorney will get your traffic ticket handled and protect your best interests.