Hartsville, SC asked in Traffic Tickets for North Carolina

Q: My license has been revoked for 2 years ago until 2023 is there anyway I can get a driving privilege ?

I have two tickets with driving around without a license the first one was because I crashed in the second one I think they have my car marked already I’m no longer driving

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Amanda Bowden Johnson
Amanda Bowden Johnson
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Jacksonville, NC
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: It sounds an awful lot like you handled these tickets yourself without hiring an attorney. If so, that is likely the primary why you are suspended. You likely need to hire a traffic attorney who can go back into these old tickets and handle them properly in a way that will not suspend you. This will likely be expensive, so shop around for someone who will give you a reasonable flat rate fee. Until you can get this resolved - do not drive. Every conviction of DWLR will add an additional year of suspension and at some point if you accumulate too many DWLR convictions, a Judge will very likely put you in jail. Best of luck.

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