According to WRAL, there is a chance that your suspension or revocation may be by error. The DMV may have failed to properly update their system to show that your fines were paid, or that you resolved a missed court date. This paperwork error comes with serious consequences, as many people depend on having an active driver’s license for work, school and to manage their family households. Additionally, you could be faced with paying a restoration fee to the DMV to get your license back.
If you were charged with Driving While License Revoked, we can help you review your driving record and take the steps necessary to get you back on the road. Contact attorney Kristi Haddock or attorney Wiley Nickel at The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC. We are located in Cary near Interstate 40 and Harrison Avenue. You can reach us by phone for a free consultation at 919-585-1486.