List of reasons you lost your license and have been charged with (DWLR) Driving While License Revoked

I handle a fair amount of DWLR cases in Wake County and often my clients don't know why their license was revoked in the first place.  This is a list of reasons why one's driving privilege may have been revoked in North Carolina.

1.  DWI (Driving While Intoxicated)       
2.  Driving After Consuming alcohol under 21 years of age   
3.  Speeding  15 mph over the speed limit if the limit is 55 
4.  Second charge of speeding  15 mph over the limit in 60 days    
 5.  Speeding and reckless driving on the same date   
6.  Two convictions of speeding over 55 in one year
7.  Conviction of Speeding and Reckless driving within 1 year                                                                                                            
8.  Willful spontaneous racing with another motor vehicle
9.  Driving after Judge ordered non-operation of motor vehicle as part of suspended sentence.
10.  Speeding over 75 mph in 55-65 mph zone
11.  Manslaughter by motor vehicle    
12.  Misd. Death by MOTOR VEHICLE     
13.  Manslaughter while under influence of impairing substance  
14.  Assault by MOTOR VEHICLE       
15.  Speeding over 15 mph and attempt to avoid arrest   
16.  Willful prearranged racing of MOTOR VEHICLE   
17.  Watching/Betting/Loaning a car for prearranged racing  
18.  Two reckless driving charges within 1 year     
19.  Failure to Pay Child Support
20.  Revocation/Refusal of Probation for Felony 
21.  Conviction of any moving violation which is charged while license revoked
22.  Any subsequent conviction of DWLR
23.  Failure to appear in court (FTA) on any traffic citation
24.  Failure to pay fines/cost for any traffic citation
25.  License revocation for any reason in any other state.
26.  12 DMV driving license points within 3 years
27.  Dropping out of high school under 18 years of age
28.  Refusal to submit to blood/breath test 
29.  Being Charged with DWI     
30.  Conviction of Impaired Instruction    
31.  Aid and Abet DWI      
32.  Aid and Abet DWLR      
33.  Involvement in MOTOR VEHICLE accident with no vehicle insurance
34.  Two traffic citations within one year for provisional licensee 
35.  Violation of any terms/conditions of limited privilege
36.  Registering any amount of alcohol in vehicle equipped with interlock device
37.  CDL:  Leave scene of accident with CMOTOR VEHICLE   
38.  CDL:  Use CMOTOR VEHICLE to commit felony
39.  CDL:  Use CMOTOR VEHICLE with Haz. Materials to commit crime  
40.  CDL:  Use CMOTOR VEHICLE involving controlled sub.   
41.  CDL:  2 Serious traffic violations w/in 3 years involving CMOTOR VEHICLE  
42.  CDL:  3 Serious traffic violations w/in 3 years involving CMOTOR VEHICLE  
43.  CDL:  Operate CMOTOR VEHICLE with BAC .04 or more    
44.  CDL:  Operate CMOTOR VEHICLE with BAC .04 or more, Second Offense  
45.  Court order as part of suspended sentence
46.  Conviction/Circumstance of any of above that NCDMOTOR VEHICLE learns about.
47.  DMOTOR VEHICLE determination that Driver is physically/medically unfit to drive
48.  Driving a motor vehicle determination that Driver is mentally incompetent
49.  Underage purchase of Alcohol
50.  Providing alcohol to underage person
51.  Use of vehicle in commission of felony
52.  Failure to stop and provide aid
53.  Perjury or false statement to DMOTOR VEHICLE
54.  Second conv. of open container
55.  Conv. one charge of aggressive reckless driving
56.  Reckless Driving while engaged in illegal transport of intoxicants for purpose of sale
57.  False/Fict. Name on Drivers License application
58.  Driving school bus after consuming alcohol
60.  Second conviction of larceny of gas
61.  Failure to complete community service
62.  Malicious use of incendiary device to damage prop.
63.  Making False bomb threat
64.  Poss.  Explosive dev. On school prop. 
65.  Aid and Abet minor to poss.  Explosive device on school prop. 
66.  Allow another to fraudulent use DL
67.  DWI on military base or federal lands
68.  Speeding over 80 in a 70 mph zone
69.  DMOTOR VEHICLE shall not issue a license to a person previously adjudged "insane or an idiot, imbecile, or feebleminded"  NCGS § 20-9(d)
70.  Drive Moped with  over 49 CC while Lic. Rev. (this has to do with the size of the engine)
71.  DWI while riding a bicycle or lawn mower
72.  Three moving violations within one year   
73.  Four moving violations within one year   
74.  Willful and intentional failure to comply with the provisions of G.S. 20-79.2 governing transporter plates.


Wiley Nickel

Wiley Nickel lives and works in Cary, North Carolina. In 1998, he graduated from Tulane University with a major in Political Science and a minor in History. After college Wiley went to work for Al Gore and travelled with the Vice President as part of his national advance staff. Following the Gore campaign he earned his law degree from the Pepperdine University School of Law in 2005. While in law school Wiley worked as a law clerk in the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable criminal trial experience before taking and passing the California bar exam. His first job out of law school was for the Merced County District Attorney’s Office where he worked as a Deputy District Attorney with a focus on prosecuting DWI offenders. Wiley later joined the Law Offices of Joseph Uremovic where he focused on civil litigation and family law. When the opportunity came to join the Obama campaign in 2008 Wiley jumped at the chance. He spent three years travelling with President Obama as a member of his national advance team. In 2011 Wiley left his work for the White House to return to the practice of law. Wiley devotes the majority of his practice to the areas of criminal law, family law, traffic tickets and DMV issues. The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel was started with the goal of providing the best representation possible for all of his clients. Experienced, Compassionate, Aggressive Criminal Defense While defense attorney Wiley Nickel works as the primary attorney for all of his cases, he does have an associate attorney, a team of investigators, forensic consultants, and support staff to call on to help achieve the best possible result in every case. He limits his case load so that he can focus on providing the best possible legal defense to all of his clients. Every case is a top priority and the goal is to have your case dismissed with a focus on being able to expunge your charges at the end of the process. When he is not working, Wiley is an avid family man, distance runner and golfer. He loves North Carolina college sports and is hoping this is the year for Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Wiley is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and California.