Defense Against Charges of Driving While License Revoked

Are you aware that a charge of driving while license revoked or suspended is much more serious than other moving violations? In some situations, the consequences of this charge can include jail time, in addition to further driver's license restrictions and huge hike in your car insurance rates.  You have the option of fighting these charges, and the Law Offices of WileyNickel, PLLC can help.

We have experience fighting traffic tickets in Wake County and know how to navigate through the system.  We know the steps that need to be taken to help you minimize or avoid the consequences of charges of driving while license revoked or suspended.

Just Paying Your Ticket Off Is A Bad Option

The severity of these charges means that you cannot just send in payment for your fine and hope that’s the end of it.  You either have to appear in person at court or have a lawyer appear on your behalf.  We can guide you through the North Carolina court system and the very complex world of the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. You can count on us to either stand by your side or appear on your behalf.

Why Did I Get A DWLR Charge?

Many circumstances come into play when charged with driving while license revoked (DWLR) in Wake County and throughout North Carolina.  Your North Carolina driver’s license could be revoked due to:
-unpaid traffic tickets
-failure to appear in court on a different case
-failure to appear in court in a different county in North Carolina
-paying off a severe speeding ticket without getting it reduced
-two (2) speeding convictions over 55 mph within one (1) year
-driving while impaired (DWI)
-accumulating twelve (12) DMV points within three (3) years
-accumulating eight (8) DMV points within three (3) years, if you have had a past license revocation

We Help You Get Back On The Road

We take pride in handling driver's license restoration projects and work hard to solve your problems and get you back on the road.  If your license has been taken away because of old traffic tickets that were never cleared up, we can help you fix them which could lead to getting your driver's license back and never having to worry about another charge for driving while license suspended or revoked again.  Our goal is to get you back on the road legally and we have a lot of experience getting our client’s records fixed and ensuring that they can be licensed drivers without much delay.  We start each case with the goal of having your case dismissed in order to avoid expensive court costs and fines and massive DMV and insurance point increases. 

Case Study

We had a client charged with three different violations of driving while his license was revoked.  We were able to take a good look at his driving record, fix a few things at the root of his problem and negotiate a dismissal of two of his three charges.  He pled guilty to the third DWLR offense for the reduced charge of driving without an operator’s license (also known as an NOL).  After his plea to the NOL charge the judge granted him a Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) which meant no DMV points or insurance points were assessed in the matter.  This was a great solution for him.  Call us to see if we can find a good solution for your charge.

Contact a North Carolina Suspended Driver's License Lawyer

Our representation is available to residents of the Raleigh area, as well as people who were charged while visiting the area.  We offer reasonable fees.  Payment plans are available and credit cards are accepted.  Contact us at 919-585-1486 for a free initial consultation with a Wake County driving while license revoked attorney. 

The North Carolina criminal law offices of Wiley Nickel is located in Cary, North Carolina.  We serve individuals in Siler City, Garner, Benson, Fuquay-Varina, Smithfield, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Johnston County, Orange County, Chatham County, Durham County, Wake County and throughout North Carolina and will help you determine the procedures necessary to obtain a reduction or even a dismissal of a North Carolina driving while license revoked (DWLR) charge.
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