Are you facing a charge of Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) in North Carolina? Are you confused about why your license is revoked and afraid about what will happen? As happens in many cases, you may have been completely unaware that your North Carolina driver’s license was revoked and were shocked when the officer informed you that your license was in a state of revocation. Maybe you are aware of your revocation and want to get your license back, but are not sure where to start.
You do not have to go it alone. The attorneys at Everett Law Firm, P.A. can help. Our lawyers will consult with you regarding your DWLR charge, analyze your driving record to figure out why your license is revoked, and guide your case to determine the best solution for you. Call one of our attorneys to receive a free case evaluation to discuss your unique situation and options.
You should know that Driving While License Revoked is a serious criminal offense in North Carolina and could have a long-lasting impact on your driving privilege and thus your livelihood. Driving While License Revoked is a Class 1 misdemeanor in North Carolina with a potential sentence of up to 120 days in jail. A first offense results in a one-year revocation of the driver’s driving privilege and subsequent offenses carry stiffer penalties including a permanent revocation of driving privileges. DWLR also carries eight (8) insurance points, resulting in an approximate 190% increase in your insurance rates for three (3) years.