A suspended driver's license could throw your life off course. You need your vehicle to get to work, run errands and take your kids to school. It can be tempting to drive while your license is suspended, but if you get caught, you'll need a local attorney to represent you. Cannon Law Offices, PLLC has handled multiple traffic law cases in Greenville, NC and can help you.
Driving after your license has been suspended or revoked is a serious matter. If you get caught, you could lose your privilege to drive in North Carolina for at least a year and depending on how may times you have been charged, permanently. If you failed to pay court costs or fines in a previous case or missed a court date, you may not realize that your driving privilege has been suspended. In such case, you can be charged with a Class 3 misdemeanor. If your license was suspended or revoked because of a prior impaired driving offense, the offense is a Class 1 misdemeanor in which case you could get up to 120 days in jail and a fine, or both. If you get another driving while license revoked charge, you could lose your license for additional years or even permanently. In addition, to additional suspension of your license, you could receive up to eight points on your insurance which will result in a 195% increase in your insurance premiums for the next three years.
Whether your license was suspended due to outstanding fees or missing a hearing, you'll need a reliable traffic violation attorney by your side. Schedule an appointment with attorney Cannon now.
Depending on your situation, our local attorney may be able to get your driving privileges restored. We’ll do our best to help you avoid the serious consequences of driving with a suspended license. With a conviction you could face:
You shouldn’t face this situation on your own. Hire a traffic violation attorney from our firm in Greenville, NC today.