Raleigh Attorney for DWLR North Carolina Traffic Violations
We have helped hundreds of people get their suspended driver’s licenses reinstated. We are ready to help you. Driving while license revoked (DWLR) is both a criminal offense and a traffic violation. The court can send you to jail and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will suspend your driver’s license for an additional year for each conviction. You need an experienced attorney to keep you out of jail and get you driving legally.
Often, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) gives bad advice. The DMV may tell you to pay off your old traffic ticket so you can get your license back. Paying off a ticket means pleading guilty to the violation. Every time you plead guilty to a moving violation while your driver’s license was suspended, the DMV will suspend your driver’s license for another 1 to 3 years for another DWLR in North Carolina. You may need an attorney to resolve your old traffic tickets without pleading you guilty to avoid these additional DMV license suspensions. One strategy is to negotiate a guilty plea for a non-moving violation. Another approach is to negotiate a guilty plea to a violation that occurred while your driver’s license was active. A third option is to request a Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) to keep the DMV from extending your license suspension. Unresolved traffic matters can become complicated and require a skilled attorney to get your license back as soon as possible.
We will review your driving record for free to develop a strategy to get your license reinstated as soon as possible. We can get your driving record for a modest fee. Or you may bring us a copy of your full DMV driving record for us to review for free. You also may fax us your driving record so we may discuss it over the telephone. Avoid DWLR traffic violations! Speak with a Raleigh DWI lawyer today, contact McCoppin & Associates, Attorneys at Law, P.A., at 919-481-0011.