Driving While License Revoked in North Carolina. The State of North Carolina spends more time and resources enforcing, arresting, prosecuting, defending and imprisoning offenders of this crime than any other on the books. Some license revocations are the result of overt action like Driving While Impaired, a serious speeding offense or multiple minor speeding offenses. However the Division of Motor Vehicles suspends the license of those who drop out of high school, steal gasoline or fail to cover the cost of a traffic collision. A vast majority of license revocations are the result of inaction, i.e. failure to appear and/or pay the costs associated with a traffic violation. Many clients mishandle a court case for things like driving without insurance and are later revoked.
If you have your license revoked you need a good lawyer to help you get back on the road. Call the Law Offices of Wiley Nickel for a free consultation about how we can handle your case in Wake County and get you back on the road.