DRIVING WHILE YOUR LICENSE IS REVOKED (DWLR) EXPLAINED

Depending on where you live in the Raleigh-Durham metro area, it may be nearly impossible to get around without a car. Driving with a revoked driver’s license can make the situation even worse and come with steep fines.

Your license can be suspended or revoked for many different reasons. In certain cases, you might not even realize what has happened. Regardless ignorance of the law is never a defense. You need an advocate who can protect your rights and help you minimize the consequences.

At Hale Law Firm, PC, our founding attorney has been defending people against serious traffic violations for more than 25 years. After reviewing your situation, we will explain how we can help.

What Are The Potential Consequences?

Driving with a revoked license is generally a misdemeanor offense that can carry the risk of the following:

  • Jail time ranging from 20 days to more than a month
  • Fines set by the court, which means they can be subjective
  • Required use of an alcohol monitoring device when a license revocation is related to alcohol offenses

How can an experienced attorney help in a traffic case? On a daily basis, we work at the Wake County Justice Center. We know how the system works. We’ll help you navigate it efficiently to resolve a DWLR and move on with your life.

Find Out How We Can Help

North Carolina criminal court proceedings can be disorienting. Finding an answer to what may seem like simple question may be harder than you anticipate. Our lawyer has decades of experience interpreting North Carolina laws and can reduce your frustration by providing candid advice. Email or call 919-805-3364 to schedule a free initial consultation with us today.

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