Many people are unaware of the potentially serious consequences of driving while license revoked or suspended, but it is a jailable offense in North Carolina. The first time you are convicted, consequences could mean a one-year revocation of your driver’s license. A second conviction could mean two years revocation, and a third conviction could mean permanent revocation of your license.
NC DMV Revocations
Revocation of a North Carolina driver’s license can have a very serious impact on your life. For many people, it means not being able to drive to and from a job they depend on. It can also make simple errands — like a doctor’s appointment or a trip to the grocery store — seem impossible.
Wake County DWLR Lawyer
Because of these serious consequences, working with an experienced Wake County DWLR lawyer is critical to your success when you have been accused of driving with license revoked. At The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC in Cary, North Carolina, we focused on doing everything possible to get you back on the road. We dedicate ourselves fully to our clients so that they can trust that we will help them achieve the best possible results.
A PJC may help
In many cases, we are able to convince the court to dismiss your DWLR charges. In other cases, we may be able to prevent a judge from entering a conviction on our client’s case by entering a PJC (Prayer for Judgment Continued).
Failure to Appear could be the reason for your suspension
We also represent people who have been accused of failure to appear. Failure to appear may be the reason your driver’s license was suspended or revoked. If you fail to pay a speeding ticket that could also be the root cause of your suspension.
Contact The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel
If you have been accused of driving with license revoked or driving on a suspended license, the best way to achieve positive results is to talk with an experienced Raleigh DWLR attorney. To talk with us about your options, contact DWLR lawyer Wiley Nickel by calling (919) 585-1486 for a free consultation.