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Conner & Herrick, P.L.L.C
Taylor Conner

P.O. Box 542
Concord NC 28026
(704) 720-0595

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Conner & Herrick, P.L.L.C


Please Call: 704.720.0595

The Law Office of Conner & Herrick, P.L.L.C. is committed to providing top quality legal services and professional advice to the people, organizations and businesses of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and surrounding areas. Our practice areas include criminal law, including traffic offenses, DWI offenses, and DMV restoration hearings.  We also handle misdemeanor and felony charges in both District and Superior Court. Other practice areas include juvenile, sports law, estate planning and probate matters, tax law, and contracts. We hope that you will find our site informative and useful.  We welcome the opportunity to talk with you and to discuss how we may be of service.

Taylor Laumann Conner
Attorney and Counselor

 

                   Taylor Laumann Conner is originally from Thomasville, North Carolina, where she graduated from Thomasville High School.  Taylor pursued her college education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she obtained her bachelor of arts degree, double majoring in Political Science and Journalism.  After completing an internship with NIKE and the WNBA, she immediately began her legal education at Campbell University's Norman A. Wiggins School of Law where she focused on her goal of becoming a trial attorney.   During law school, Taylor worked with the intellectual property firm of Adams, Schwartz and Evans, in Charlotte, North Carolina and with the Education Section of the North Carolina Attorney General's Office in Raleigh.  While in school, Taylor received the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers Advocacy Award and national recognition for a paper titled "Intellectual Property Issues Faced by Professional Sports Teams" which she submitted to ASCAP's Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition.

       In 2002, Taylor relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina.  Thereafter, Taylor began working with the Cabarrus County District Attorney's Office where she practiced as an Assistant District Attorney and gained invaluable trial experience involving traffic, misdemeanor crimes, domestic violence, juvenile crimes and extradition/fugitive matters. During the fall of 2004, Taylor was chosen to represent the state of North Carolina at the National Advocacy Center (NAC) in Columbia, South Carolina where she completed a week-long trial advocacy course with other District Attorneys from across the nation.  At the DA's Office, Taylor managed an average caseload each day of 200-350 cases in District Court, the second-highest caseload per District Attorney in the State.  Taylor also tried various types of cases in Superior Court and during her time at the DA's office, Cabarrus County lead the region with the highest rate for DWI convictions.  In May 2005, Conner left the District Attorney's Office to begin her career in private practice, with a desire to concentrate in criminal and sports law.  From 2004-2006, Taylor served as as a council member and newsletter editor for the Sports and Entertainment Section of the NC Bar Association.

       In 2007, Taylor was elected by her colleagues to serve as President of the Cabarrus County Bar Association, District 19A.  Taylor is a current member of the North Carolina Bar Association, including the sections for criminal law and sports and entertainment.  Other memberships include the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. She was also named in the 2007/2008 Honors Edition of Cambridge Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women.

      In her spare time, she enjoys playing sports, travelling, and doing artwork.  Taylor also volunteers with the Boys and Girls Club of Cabarrus County and the Cabarrus County Teen Court Program.  She is currently serving on the Board of Director's for the Cabarrus Teen Court and Mediation Center.

Please Call: 704.720.0595

Attorney Profile

 

Taylor Laumann Conner
Attorney and Counselor

 

Taylor Laumann Conner is originally from Thomasville, North Carolina, where she graduated from Thomasville High School.  Taylor pursued her college education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she obtained her bachelor of arts degree, double majoring in Political Science and Journalism.  After completing an internship with NIKE and the WNBA, she immediately began her legal education at Campbell University's Norman A. Wiggins School of Law where she focused on her goal of becoming a trial attorney.   During law school, Taylor worked with the intellectual property firm of Adams, Schwartz and Evans, in Charlotte, North Carolina and with the Education Section of the North Carolina Attorney General's Office in Raleigh.  While in school, Taylor received the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers Advocacy Award and national recognition for a paper titled "Intellectual Property Issues Faced by Professional Sports Teams" which she submitted to ASCAP's Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition.

       In 2002, Taylor relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina.  Thereafter, Taylor began working with the Cabarrus County District Attorney's Office where she practiced as an Assistant District Attorney and gained invaluable trial experience involving traffic, misdemeanor crimes, domestic violence, juvenile crimes and extradition/fugitive matters. During the fall of 2004, Taylor was chosen to represent the state of North Carolina at the National Advocacy Center (NAC) in Columbia, South Carolina where she completed a week-long trial advocacy course with other District Attorneys from across the nation.  At the DA's Office, Taylor managed an average caseload each day of 200-350 cases in District Court, the second-highest caseload per District Attorney in the State.  Taylor also tried various types of cases in Superior Court and during her time at the DA's office, Cabarrus County lead the region with the highest rate for DWI convictions.  In May 2005, Conner left the District Attorney's Office to begin her career in private practice, with a desire to concentrate in criminal and sports law.  From 2004-2006, Taylor served as as a council member and newsletter editor for the Sports and Entertainment Section of the NC Bar Association.

       In 2007, Taylor was elected by her colleagues to serve as President of the Cabarrus County Bar Association, District 19A.  Taylor is a current member of the North Carolina Bar Association, including the sections for criminal law and sports and entertainment.  Other memberships include the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. She was also named in the 2007/2008 Honors Edition of Cambridge Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women.

      In her spare time, she enjoys playing sports, travelling, and doing artwork.  Taylor also volunteers with the Boys and Girls Club of Cabarrus County and the Cabarrus County Teen Court Program.  She is currently serving on the Board of Director's for the Cabarrus Teen Court and Mediation Center.

Insurance Points

Table of Insurance Points

NOTE:  A conviction for a traffic violation can result in two types of points for a motorist. The first is motor vehicle points, which are accessed by the DMV and the second are insurance points assessed by the rate commission.  The insurance points are listed below.

  • 12 Points
    Manslaughter (or negligent homicide) resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle. (felony)
    Prearranged highway racing or knowingly lending a motor vehicle to be used in a prearranged race. (Felony)
    Failure to stop and render aid when involved in an accident resulting in bodily injury or death (hit-and-run driving) (Felony)
    Impaired driving, including driving a vehicle while under the influence of an impairing substance; driving a vehicle with an alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more; and driving a commercial vehicle with an alcohol concentration of 0.04% or more (a revocation pursuant to G.S. ยค20-16.5 is not a conviction). (Misdemeanor)
    Transportation of intoxicating liquors for the purpose of sale. (Misdemeanor)
  • 10 Points
    Highway racing (not prearranged) or knowingly lending a motor vehicle to be used in the race.
    Speeding to Elude
  • 8 Points
    Operating a motor vehicle during a period of revocation or suspension of either the driver's license or vehicle registration. (Misdemeanor)
  • 4 Points
    Failure to stop and report when involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting in property damage only (hit-and-run). (Misdemeanor)
    Reckless driving. (Misdemeanor)
    Passing a stopped school bus.
    Speeding in excess of 75 miles per hour (mph) when posted limit is less that 70 mph. (Misdemeanor)
    Speeding in excess of 80 mph when limit is 70 mph or greater
    Driving by a person under 21 after consuming alcohol or drugs
  • 3 Points 3-4-2005
    Each at-fault accident that results in bodily injury (in excess of $ 1800.00) or death or total property damage (including the insured's property) of $ 3000.00 or more
  • 2 Points 
     Illegal passing 
     Speeding more than 10 mph over the limit, if total speed was in excess of 
    55 mph but less than 76 mph. Speeding 10 miles or less in excess of limit in speed zone of 55 or greater*
    Following too closely.

    Driving on the wrong side of the road.
    Each at-fault accident that results in total damage to all property which is in excess of $1 ,800.00 but less than $ 3000.00 3-4-2005

  • 1 Point
    Speeding 10 mph or less in excess of a speed limit of less than 55 mph*
    Any other moving violation.
    Each at-fault accident that results in total damage of $ 1,800.00 or less * 3-4-2005

    *Points are not assigned for these violations unless the same driver has been convicted of at least one other moving violation during the experience period (the last three years).

    The number of insurance points a driver receives will determine the surcharge which will be added to their insurance costs. See the surcharge table below:

    Insurance Surcharge Table

    One

    25%

    Two

    45%

    Three

    65%

    Four

    90%

    Five

    120%

    Six

    150%

    Seven

    180%

    Eight

    220%

    Nine

    260%

    Ten

    300%

    Eleven

    350%

    Twelve

    400%

DMV Restoration

DMV Restoration Hearings
 

If you have been charges with a DWI, have received multiple speeding tickets or have paid an out of state ticket that revoked your license in North Carolina, North Carolina may suspend your driving privilege.  But before you lose your ability to drive the DMV must provide you with the opportunity for a hearing.

At Taylor Laumann Conner, P.A., we provide effective legal representation at these DMV hearings.  We recognize that a suspended driver's license can have serious consequences on all aspects of your life.  Without a driver's license, you may not be able to get to work or attend to the needs of your family.  It is extremely important that you are prepared for this hearing, and if your hearing requires witnesses, it is important that you select the right persons to take with you and that they are prepared for the questions that may be asked by the hearing officer.  Contact us today for your free consultation related to the defense for your upcoming DMV hearing.

                                         Taylor Laumann Conner, P.A.


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