The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles mandates that anyone convicted of a second DWI within 7 years faces a four-year suspension of their driver’s license. After two years, drivers with a four-year suspension are eligible to request a DWI conditional restoration hearing. It is important to consider hiring an attorney for this complicated and lengthy hearing process.
Two years from the date of your conviction you may start the hearing request process. The first step will be scheduling a preliminary restoration hearing. Following that hearing you must obtain a FBI background check, a substance abuse evaluation, and have three witnesses available to testify at your final hearing.
Once your hearing date is scheduled an experienced attorney will sit down with you and your three witnesses to prepare for your hearing.
Attorney’s Kristi Haddock and Wiley Nickel are ready to guide you through this process. When your ability to drive is at stake, you cannot afford to cut corners. Call our office for a free consultation today, 919-585-1486.