Greenville, North Carolina Traffic Lawyer
Revoked License, Suspended License and No Operator’s License
Has your driver’s license been suspended or revoked? You can take action to get it reinstated by the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Greenville traffic lawyer Timothy E. Burch is experienced in dealing with license suspension and license revocation. Regardless of how or why your license was suspended, attorney Burch and his staff may be able to help you get a motor vehicle operator’s license again.
Your license may have been suspended for a number of reasons. Accumulating too many points on your driving record and being arrested for DWI (driving while impaired) are two of the most common ways to have your license suspended. Additional causes for license suspension are
reckless driving, failing to appear in court and failing to pay a fine. Regardless of the reason, attorney Timothy Burch can still advise you on what your options are and if getting your license reinstated is a possibility. Even if you are attempting to get your license back after being charged with driving while your license was revoked or driving while your license was suspended, there is hope.
North Carolina Driving Privileges
To drive in North Carolina, you must have a valid operator’s license and insurance coverage. If you are found driving without a license, or with a license which has been suspended or revoked, you will face additional penalties. This can put many drivers in an unfortunate situation – their licenses have been suspended and yet they need to drive to work or school. By consulting an experienced attorney, you have the chance of contesting your license suspension or of taking legal action to get your license back.
You may have unintentionally had traffic violations pile up and accumulate as points on your driving record without even knowing it. Then suddenly, you have 12 points on your license and it is suspended for 60 days. What can you do? You can consult an attorney who can help you get your license back and get you on the road again.
Often a revocation occurs because of an old unpaid ticket. Your first reaction might be to simply pay off old tickets. Unfortunately, old tickets must be handled in a precise order to avoid additional suspension periods of one year, two years, and even permanent suspensions. Do not risk your privilege to drive, and call our office so that our professionals can assist in handling these old citations in the correct order to maintain your rights.
Suspended license? Revoked license? Contact Greenville, North Carolina traffic attorney Timothy E. Burch today!