Don't Lose Your License.
Depending on the traffic violation you've been charged with, you can be ticketed and fined or spend time in jail. You may also need to post bond to ensure you show up in court or you can lose your license. Don't assume that this is the end of the road. Our attorneys can help with license reinstatement and other charges for:
- Driving while intoxicated (DWI)
- Underage drinking
- Driving without license or registration
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license or registration
- Hit and run
- Reckless driving
- Passing a stopped school bus
- Moving violations
- Traffic violations and tickets
Understanding the Points System
License privileges and insurance premiums are based on a system of points. A traffic violation or DWI will greatly increase your points, meaning license suspension and higher insurance rates. If you accumulate too many points, you will have to appear at a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) license reinstatement hearing, in which the state can take away your license.
We have helped clients reduce the number of points allocated for an offense and even avoid points being added to their licenses at all. We have helped clients get their licenses reinstated. We have also helped clients get probationary licenses, with limited driving privileges to and from work. But if you don't have a lawyer, you do not have much of a chance of getting this opportunity.
The lawyers at Owens & Nelson have worked with countless numbers of drivers over the years. We know the rules of the road for in North Carolina, and we will put our experience to work to protect your driving rights. Call the attorneys of Owens & Nelson in Greenville at 888-535-1257 or contact us online.