Driving With a Revoked License
Many people are unaware of the potentially serious consequences of driving with a revoked or suspended license. In North Carolina, driving while your license is revoked or suspended can lead to jail time. The first time you are convicted, consequences could mean a one-year revocation of your driver’s license. A second conviction could mean two years revocation, and a third conviction could mean permanent revocation of your license.
Revocation of a driver’s license can have a serious impact on your life. For many people, it means not being able to drive to and from a job they depend on. It can also make simple errands or even getting yourself or your child to school seem impossible.
Because of these serious consequences, working with a defense lawyer is critical to your success when you have been accused of driving with a revoked license.
If you are facing a driving while license revoked charge, it is important to understand the law and how it may apply to you. We welcome the opportunity to assist you and help you understand the charges you are facing.