North Carolina Revoked Drivers License Attorney
In North Carolina, you can be charged with Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) under a variety of circumstances. If you have been charged with DWLR, or if your license has been suspended or revoked for any reason, a criminal defense lawyer can help explain your options and seek a positive resolution to your charges. I am Randolph J. Hill, Attorney at Law. To learn more about my approach to defending people against DWLR charges, contact my office today.
Defending People In and Out of North Carolina Against DWLR and Related Charges
DWLR charges frequently arise when a driver fails to pay a fine from a past traffic violation. This can happen for people who live in North Carolina or out-of-state drivers. I can help you resolve the underlying charges that led to your DWLR charge. I may be able to achieve a dismissal or reduction of some of the charges. Once these charges have been satisfactorily addressed, your license suspension will begin. However, in many instances you will be eligible for Limited Driving Privileges after a period of time. With a Limited Driving Privilege, you will be able to drive to and from work.
If you fail to address this charge in North Carolina, and move out of state, you will be unable to obtain a driver's license in your new state. Even if you no longer live in North Carolina, I can still represent you. Depending on your circumstances, I may be able to resolve your case without you having to return to North Carolina.
Contact Raleigh Suspended Driver's License Attorney Randolph J. Hill
919-805-3461 or Toll Free at 888-337-1448
If your driver's license has been revoked or suspended, take the first step to getting it back. Call or e-mail my law firm today. I am based in Raleigh, across the street from the Wake County courthouse, and represent clients throughout the Triangle. For your convenience, I accept Visa and MasterCard.