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Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) in North Carolina
Criminal Defense Attorney in Hendersonville, Asheville, Brevard, Columbus, and other surrounding NC areas
Have you been charged with Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) in the Hendersonville or Asheville, N.C., surrounding areas? There are many legal and non-legal issues surrounding this type of charge including: 1) did the officer rightfully stop you?, 2) are you eligible to get your driver’s license?, 3) were you driving a “vehicle” which requires a license to drive?, 4) why was your license originally revoked?, etc…
If your NC driver’s license was originally revoked for the offense of driving while impaired (DWI or DUI), then you may face a more severe punishment. Also, it is important to note that, even though this offense appears to be a traffic violation, it is still considered a criminal offense that appears on your criminal record. In some situations, you could be facing a possibility of jail time for sentencing.
Another part to this DWLR charge focuses on your ability to get your license back if found guilty, or pleading guilty, to DWLR. It depends on how many past convictions you have had for DWLR. For first offenders, the license could be revoked for an additional one year, for second offender it is revoked for an additional two years, and for the third offense revoked indefinitely.
If your driver’s license has been revoked indefinitely, we can contact the NC Division of Motor Vehicles to see if you qualify for a hearing to reinstate your license.
In any case, Mr. Jones can represent you on DWLR charges in the Hendersonville and Asheville, NC, areas. Schedule a free consultation with criminal defense attorney Derek Alan Jones today by calling 828-693-0222. It is strongly advised that you speak with a N.C. licensed attorney before proceeding with any criminal case.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this page is merely for educational purposes only. No legal advice is being given to the viewer of these webpages. No attorney client relationship is created between you, the reader, and the attorney named in this website. An attorney client relationship is only created between you and the attorney after you have met with the attorney in-person and the attorney has agreed to represent you. As in any case, the facts and circumstances of each client may change the outcome of the case. And always, the law in North Carolina is continuously changing and being updated. Schedule an appointment to talk with an attorney before you take any legal action.
Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) criminal defense attorney in Hendersonville, NC, Asheville, NC, Columbus, NC, Brevard, NC, and other surrounding NC areas.