Are seatbelt tickets going to get tougher?
A NC legislative study has recommended that law enforcement officer’s be allowed to stop vehicles for violations of back seat seatbelt violations, coupled with an increase in fines.
This raised the question, posed by Greensboro traffic attorney Chad Garrett, how will an officer, in reality, judge or see into a vehicle to determine this violation prior to the stop? Or will the stop be retroactively justified by the charge?
If you need a Greensboro seatbelt lawyer, or have been charged with a traffic ticket, call the best Greensboro traffic lawyers at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olson. We return every call, every day!