Driving while License Revoked

If you are convicted of driving while your license is revoked, the State of North Carolina may send you to prison. The state will suspend your privileges to drive for one year. For the second offense, the State will suspend it for two years, and for the third offense, your license will be suspended permanently. We all need our driver’s license to get to work, transport our children, and live a normal life. It may be possible to re-open previous cases to get your license re-instated. If you are charged with driving while license revoked, you need an experienced attorney like Robert O'Hale to avoid the loss of your license.

Call Robert O’Hale Greensboro, North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyer today at 336-378-0238