Getting Your License Back
Many people don’t realize the value and importance of their driver’s license until it is revoked or suspended by NCDMV. If you’re not legal to drive, it can be near impossible to get to work and provide for your family.
For residents of Cumberland County NC and Hoke County, as well as residents of nearby states, military personnel, and tourists passing through North Carolina, a suspended license certainly can have a serious, adverse effect on your everyday life.
Let Our Fayetteville NC Law Firm Help With Your Revoked License
"Our traffic ticket lawyers in Fayetteville understand the necessity of a valid DMV license. Whether you’re licensed in North Carolina or some other state, traffic tickets are not to be taken lightly or ignored."
- David Courie, Traffic Lawyers in Fayetteville NC
At the criminal defense law practice of Beaver Courie in Fayetteville, Raeford and Pinehurst, we represent residents of Cumberland, Hoke and Moore Counties, Fort Bragg military personnel and family of service members, and out-of-state drivers, who face a suspended license.
Criminal defense lawyers in Fayetteville, judges, and even prosecutors tend to use the terms suspended and revoked interchangeably. It doesn’t matter if you tell us your license as “revoked” or “suspended,” we understand what you mean.
From representing you at NCDMV driver's license hearings, to finding ways to obtain limited driving privileges if eligible under the NC traffic laws, our lawyers offer their extensive experience to assist you in restoring your driving privileges.
We Want to Help You Get a Valid Driver’s License
"Each case, like each client, is important. It’s smart to carefully review driving records and DMV histories (abstracts) in determining the most appropriate way to proceed."
- David Courie, Criminal Defense and NCDMV Hearing Lawyers
As you probably realize, a revoked or suspended license in North Carolina is a big deal.
Driving while license revoked or “DWLR,” is a separate criminal offense in North Carolina. It’s ordinarily considered a misdemeanor criminal charge. A lot depends on the reason for the revocation or suspension.
Driving while license revoked because of a “drunk driving” charge or DWLR Imp Rev can send you to jail. It’s a Class 1 misdemeanor criminal offense that carries up to 120 days in jail and/or the possibility of Supervised Probation.
Driving while license revoked involving a fatality (death of another) can be a very serious felony criminal allegation in North Carolina, especially when relating to DWI - Driving While Impaired.
To be clear, driving in NC while your license is revoked makes a bad situation worse.
Don't do it. Don’t drive while revoked or suspended.
"If you’re suspended, we think it’s a really good idea to talk to a lawyer. It can be a complicated dealing with NCDMV and the court system."
- David Courie, Criminal Lawyer
DWLR in North Carolina may subjecting you to another ticket, possible arrest in the right circumstances, and court appearances in Fayetteville.
NCDMV also can take administrative action for moving violations that occur during a period of revocation or suspension.
What happens if you get a ticket when you’re revoked? If convicted, DMV may very well add more time to the suspension or revocation.
Again, it tends to be complicated area of law.
Having a lawyer by your side in court and/or a DMV restoration hearing or NCDMV revocation hearing, helping guide you through the process, is smart.Citations for Driving Without a License DWLR
For those charged with driving without a license in Cumberland, Hoke County or Moore County, our traffic violation defense lawyers will work with you to clear up any outstanding traffic violations and help get you back on the road. We also handle suspended driver's license cases for those ticketed for Driving While License Revoked (DWLR).
Whether you get caught driving without a license, are pulled over for DWI, received a speeding ticket, or failed to pay a fine or appear in court, we will apply our extensive criminal law experience to help you effectively resolve matters and get your driving privileges back. If your driver's license is in danger of suspension or revocation, talk to Beaver Courie, PA as soon as possible.Suspended License - Help is Just a Phone Call Away
Don't lose hope. There may be legal options available. We’d like to help you keep your license or get it back.
That often starts with clear explanations of the process and going over technical DMV issues with you.
That may also include pulling a copy of your driver’s license, rolling up our sleeves, and determining why in fact your license is revoked or suspended.
NOTE: REPRESENTATIVES AT NCDMV OCCASIONALLY ADVISE PEOPLE THAT UNTIL OUTSTANDING TICKETS AND FAILURES TO APPEAR ARE RESOLVED (HANDLED), THE LICENSE WILL REMAIN SUSPENDED. WHILE TECHNICALLY ACCURATE, SIMPLY PAYING OFF OLD TICKETS CAN RESULT IN ADDITIONAL PERIODS OF REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION. DO NOT PAY OUTSTANDING TICKETS WITHOUT FIRST C0NSULTING WITH AN EXPERIENCED TRAFFIC LAWYER.
Contact our offices in Fayetteville, Raeford or Pinehurst for aggressive representation for a revoked or suspended driver's license.Contact Us Today for More Information on Suspended Licenses and What We Can Do for You
Contact us online or at 910-323-4600 for a no-cost, no obligation consultation to discuss proven strategies for helping clients like you that have lost their driver's license and those who drive without one.