If you paid your traffic ticket online in NC and it suspended your license, you might have options.
You might have the opportunity to have your Wake County charge dismissed with community service or classes
If you have recently pled to a high speed ticket or have pled to more than one moving violation within the last year, the DMV might suspend your North Carolina driver’s license for up to a year.
Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) is a criminal offense that can carry more consequences for your North Carolina driver’s license than the typical traffic charge.
Around ten years ago the North Carolina DMV started using facial recognition software to cut driver’s license ID fraud and to battle terrorism and ensure social security.
Just ignoring a revoked or suspended North Carolina license will not make the problem go away. In fact, by ignoring it you could be put in jail if you are pulled over for any reason.
It’s a question that many people have – if I’m stopped by a police officer in North Carolina, am I required to provide them with my name? What will happen if I refuse? The answer in North Carolina is…it depends.
An improper equipment (IE) is a non-moving violation that results in zero license points and zero insurance points. An IE is considered one of the best reductions in North Carolina.
When most people think of a DWI, their minds go straight to open beer bottles on the floor of their vehicle. But the reality is that you can be charged with a DWI while under the influence of any type of drug, including prescription medicine.
If you are in an accident in Wake County, it is important to know some of the dos and don’ts of what to do in the stressful moments after the collision.