Failure to Appear License Revocation

A failure to appear in court can cause a license revocation

Has your North Carolina driver’s license been revoked for Failure to appear in court or failure to pay court fines? If the court notifies the DMV office stating that you have failed to appear in court, or to pay your ticket, you may lose your driving privileges. They will remain revoked until the DMV is notified that you have taken action regarding your ticket. Paying the ticket or appearing in court are not guarantees to walk away without penalty either.

How do I get my License Back?

If your license has been suspended or revoked, you should contact a local attorney to review your case. Often there are ways to avoid a suspension but an experience FTA lawyer can advise you about your options.

News & Observer Article: 1 in 7 NC drivers has a suspended license.

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Our main office is located at 701 E. Chatham St., Suite. 209, CARY, NC 27513.

Granados Law Group

At Granados Law Group we handle Wake County Speeding Tickets as well as other traffic violations. We strongly advise talking an attorney to discuss your possible options and to ensure your charges are handled in an appropriate manner.  If you are looking for a Wake County Speeding Ticket Lawyer contact Attorney Paige Feldmann, Lindsey Granados, or Meredith Cairo at 919-650-2851 for a free consultation.

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