Driver’s License Revocations in North Carolina
Our Wilmington Defense Attorney Can Help You Protect Your License
Having your driver's license revoked is more complicated than getting it suspended, because if you want to drive again you have to re-apply. In the meantime, you may no longer have a way to get to work or the grocery store, let alone important to medical appointments.
What Triggers a Revocation?
You can lose your license in North Carolina for a number of reasons, not all of them having to do with traffic violations. For example, any of these violations could result in your driver’s license being revoked?
- Multiple DWIs
- Multiple convictions for reckless driving and other serious violations
- Too many accumulated points on your license
- Driving with a suspended license
- Failure to appear for a summons
- Failure to pay child support
It may not always be possible for use to erase every violation that pushed you to the brink of license revocation. However, it may be possible to mitigate your charges to the point that you are able to maintain your freedom to drive.
We are here to do whatever we can to help keep you licensed and driving in Wilmington. Call us today to learn about your options at this time.
Let's Keep You On the Road. It Starts by Calling for a Free Consultation.
Keeping your license can be crucial to your ability to function in life, including your ability to hold down a job. If you’re facing license revocation in Wilmington or a nearby area, we encourage you to come talk to us about the charges you're facing. Attorney Merritt Wagoner can provide you with astute legal advice about to go about protecting your license from being revoked given the circumstances at hand.
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