No Operators License (NOL), or driving without a license, is a serious criminal offense in North Carolina and could impact both you future livelihood and driving privilege. No Operators License is a Class 2 misdemeanor in North Carolina with a potential sentence of up to 60 days in jail. If not handled correctly, a conviction of No Operators License (NOL) or driving without a license may result in having to pay large fines for something as simple as forgetting to renew your NC driver’s license or not switching your out-of-state license to an NC driver’s license.
But just because you have been charged with NOL does not mean you are SOL. If you have been charged with this offense in one of a dozen or so counties in North Carolina, you have come to the right place. There is help available and you do not have to fight this traffic ticket alone. With the help of an experienced traffic attorney, NOL, or driving without a license, tickets can often be dismissed or the tickets impact on your driving record and insurance reduced.
The attorneys at Everett Law Firm, P.A. can help. We will consult with you regarding your NOL charge, analyze your driving record to discuss your options, and guide your case through the legal maze and to the best solution for you. We can provide a free case evaluation to discuss your unique situation and options available to you. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys have handled many NOL, No Operators License, cases throughout North Carolina and we can help you avoid the costly penalties involved with this serious charge. Contact us today and put our experience to work for you.