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RALEIGH SUSPENDED DRIVERS LICENSE LAWYER or DWLR

by Wiley Nickel on Sep. 19, 2013

Criminal Misdemeanor 

Summary: RALEIGH SUSPENDED DRIVERS LICENSE LAWYER or DWLR


RALEIGH SUSPENDED DRIVERS LICENSE LAWYER or DWLR

RALEIGH SUSPENDED DRIVERS LICENSE LAWYER

North Carolina Revoked Drivers License Attorney

North Carolina law calls for automatic drivers license suspension whenever a driver collects too many tickets within a year to year and a half period, it sometimes happens that a driver is pulled over on a fresh violation only to discover that he or she is already driving on a suspended or revoked license.  Many people are unaware that they may be driving without a valid license. If you have been charged with driving while revoked or suspended, call us today at 919-585-1486 for a free consultation or contact us online to learn how you can avoid the worst consequences of a ticket for driving while revoked or suspended — an additional suspension of 12 months or longer.

Cited While Driving While Revoked (DWLR)?

Defense attorney Wiley Nickel has a thorough knowledge of the North Carolina traffic code, and also understands the practical workings of the criminal justice system in Wake County. Attorney Wiley Nickel uses this knowledge and experience to help his clients resolve serious driver's license problems without lengthy suspension periods.

The key to protecting your license in the face of a driving while revoked ticket is to take the right legal path in the proper order. This might involve filing one or more motions to reopen old traffic violations before dealing with the current ticket. It might mean seeking relief on prior tickets in multiple counties. Whatever approach best suits your particular circumstances, you can depend on Criminal Defense Lawyer Wiley Nickel to plot a good path and explain it in terms you can understand.

Failure to Appear in Court Can Result in License Suspension

There are several ways to get your license suspended or revoked in North Carolina: any DWI conviction without applying for a hardship license, accumulating too many points against your license, or even failing to show up for a court date if you haven't paid the ticket beforehand.  Many clients are surprised to learn that they are driving without a valid license simply because they didn't pay an old speeding ticket or minor traffic citation.

In any case, most drivers who deal with tickets for driving while revoked discover that resolving the problem themselves normally results in an additional year's suspension.  If you have a suspension we might be able to help you get a temporary driving permit.

Contact a Drivers License Defense Attorney

If your drivers license is suspended or revoked and you want to recover your driving privilege without further sanctions, call us today at 919-585-1486 for a free consultation or contact us online.  Our office is centrally located in Cary, NC.  We help clilents from Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Morrisville and other cities located in Wake County, North Carolina.

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