There are many circumstances in North Carolina where your license can be suspended. For example if you miss a court date, or fail to pay a fine in a timely manner, notice is sent by the courts to the DMV to suspend your license. Similarly, if you are convicted or plead guilty (pay off) a violation when your license is revoked, your license will be suspended for one year. Reckless driving or certain excessive speed charges can also lead to potential al suspension periods. Suspensions are difficult to deal with on a daily basis and can affect your ability to drive to a job, earn money, and maintain any sort of normal social life.
What can I do if my N.C. Driver’s License is suspended?
Under certain circumstances, a hearing in front of the DMV can potentially be requested to shorten to period of suspension and get you back driving again. A skilled DMV attorney can represent you at those hearings and fight for your license.
If you have N.C. DMV or license suspension issues, contact the Law Offices of Benjamin R. Hardwick, PLLC at 704-277-1047 and speak with a Charlotte DMV lawyer and Charlotte attorney today.