Roscoe "Ross" M. Holland, Jr.

A Sampson County Lawyer

Ross Holland - Criminal Law, Speeding Tickets, Traffic Offenses, Family Law, Divorce Law - Holland, Poole, Holland & Sanderson, P.A. - ross_framePractice Areas:

Criminal Law, Speeding Tickets and other Traffic Offenses; Family Law; Divorce Law.

Firm Profile:

Holland, Poole, Holland & Sanderson, P.A.
P. O. Box 1046
Clinton, North Carolina 28329-1046
Sampson County

Telephone: 910-592-5751
Fax: 910-592-7127
Email: rmholland@hphslaw.com
Admitted: 1981, North Carolina
Law School: Campbell University, J.D., 1981
College: University of North Carolina, B.A., 1977
Member: Sampson County, Fourth Judicial District and North Carolina Bars.
Associations: North Carolina and American Bar Associations; North Carolina Advocates For Justice.
Biography: Holds an "AV" peer rating from Martindale Hubbell. Phi Alpha Delta. (Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, North Carolina State Board of Legal Specialization).

Services Provided by Ross Holland Include:

Criminal Law

Criminal Law is an area of the law that includes a wide range of issues. The term Criminal Law includes charges from driving violations all the way up to murder. Our firm is proud to have Ross Holland, a Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, to handle these complex and vitally important cases. Contact Ross Holland if you need help with your criminal case.

Family Law and Divorce

Family Law and Divorce Issues cause clients more stress than virtually any other area of the law. Whether your case involves child custody, child support, property distribution, alimony or divorce, it can be a huge relief in these cases to have a competent attorney, who deals with these issues on a daily basis. Ross Holland has been handling domestic issues for people of Sampson County for more than 30 years and is available to assist you with your domestic case.

Traffic Offenses

Pleading guilty to speeding tickets or other traffic violations in North Carolina without the benefit of legal representation could result in a suspension of your privilege to drive in the State of North Carolina or it could cause your insurance premiums to increase as much as 340% for three years. Here are a few examples of insurance points and rate increases:
  • Unsafe Movement carries 1 insurance point with a 25% rate increase for three years;
  • Speeding more than 10 mph over posted speed limit, where driver's speed is in excess of 55 mph but less than 76 mph, carries 2 insurance points with a 45% rate increase for three years;
  • Illegal Passing carries 2 insurance points with a 45% rate increase for three years;
  • Speeding over 75 mph where posted speed is less than 70 mph carries 4 insurance points with an 80% rate increase for three years;
  • Reckless Driving carries 4 insurance points with a 80% rate increase for three years;
  • Driving While License Revoked/Suspended carries 8 insurance points with a 190% rate increase for three years; and
  • Driving While Impaired carries 12 insurance points with a 340% rate increase for three years.
If you would like additional information or legal representation on your ticket, you can email Ross Holland at rmholland@hphslaw.com or call him at 910-592-5751.

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