Driving While License Revoked
- Do not underestimate the seriousness of being charged with Driving While License Revoked (DWLR).
- A conviction of DWLR can have serious ramifications on your driver license including additional revocations (sometimes permanent), probation, fines, and insurance increases.
- Often your license is revoked solely because you failed to appear on a previous court date for traffic ticket. Hiring an attorney can usually correct this situation by clearing up the underlying revocation, often without you ever having to come to court.
- Contact Phillips and McCrea to speak with a knowledgeable North Carolina DWLR defense attorney.
Traffic Law Practice Areas