Reinstating a Revoked or Suspended License in North Carolina

It can be a daunting experience receiving a revocation notice from North Carolina DMV or having your license confiscated and being charged with a Driving While License Revoked (DWLR). A revoked license can wreak havoc on your ability to get to work, take your children to school, and many other aspects of your personal life.

Unfortunately, North Carolina is one of the easiest states to lose your license. There are many different revocation statutes and ways to lose your license. Some of the most common are:

If your license has been revoked it is extremely important to speak with an experienced traffic lawyer to discuss your options. It is all too common that a clerk of court or person at DMV will tell you to simply go pay off your tickets. Note that this is not qualified legal advice. The scenario that happens way to often is that, upon this poor advice, you would go down to the court house and pay the tickets (which often costs thousands of dollars). You would then go to DMV to reinstate your driver’s license and, three days letter, receive notice from DMV that your license is then revoked for a longer period of time. Do not take this risk; at Cotten Law we offer free consultations and will be able to tell you if we can help.

Hiring an experienced traffic attorney can save you literally thousands of dollars when you have a suspended license for missed court dates. If you have been convicted of a DWI, we can also discuss the possibility of a limited driving privilege (LDP). Attorney Cotten has hundreds of reviews from satisfied clients. Give our office a call or visit our website to chat live with an assistant 24 hours a day. Our office serves clients in central North Carolina including Wake, Johnston, Harnett, Orange, Sampson, Lee, and Chatham Counties.

Contact a Raleigh traffic ticket defense lawyerfor compassionate, aggressive and AFFORDABLE legal representation if you have been charged with a license violation.