Driver’s License Suspension/Restoration: We Want To Help You Retain Your Driving Privileges
It’s true: People don’t need a valid driver’s license to operate a vehicle, but if you’re caught behind the wheel with a revoked or suspended license, you could go to jail, face hefty fines and be left dealing with a serious stain on your criminal record.
Address Both Elements Of A Driver’s License Suspension
Most people only think about the criminal element of being stopped and charged with driving with a suspended license. But there is more. In addition to defending you against the criminal charges, we will help address unresolved issues that led to the suspension or revocation of your license.
At Scott Law Group, PLLC, our attorneys have years of experience helping people throughout North Carolina take necessary steps to resolve accusations of driving with a revoked/suspended driver’s license. By taking a hands-on approach, we will stand with you before the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles hearings while offering options for restoring your driving privileges as quickly as possible.
In some cases, our clients had no idea their license had been suspended or revoked. Some common reasons the North Carolina DMV may suspend your license include:
- You’ve received too many traffic offenses (too many points on your license).
- If you failed to appear in court for a criminal matter, your license may have been revoked.
- You have an unresolved out-of-state traffic matter.
- Some traffic violations come with an automatic license suspension (racing or excessive speeding).
- You may have been convicted of a DWI.
- You have failed to pay a fine or court cost from a prior traffic ticket.
As your lawyers, we want to provide you with options when trying to restore your driver’s license. We can help you work with the DMV to pay old tickets or secure a temporary or limited license to allow you to go to work. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges, working with our team of lawyers arms you with the legal resources and counsel to make a strong case.
We Want To Help Clear Your Driving Record
Traffic violations, license suspensions and other related matters should be taken seriously. If you can’t drive, you likely can’t get to work or school, pick up your kids, or manage other life responsibilities as you did before.
If you have received a ticket or had your license suspended, give us a call at our Kernersville law office. We can be reached locally at 336-310-8569 or toll-free at 800-566-2907. Our attorneys and staff are also available via email.