Driving While License Revoked

A driver’s license is something most people depend on every day. We often take this privilege for granted and fail to realize just how important it is until it is taken from us. When you need to make it to work or pick up a sick child from school- your driver’s license is essential.

The charge of DWLR or driving while license revoked can be confusing and tricky to navigate. Most people think of this as a minor traffic offense, maybe even an infraction. However, this is a serious offense that could leave you without a driver’s license for an extended period of time.

Most DWLR cases result from an individual who was at one time licensed but failed to resolve a traffic matter in court and their license has been administratively revoked by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Such a revocation will remain in place until those matters are resolved. The best course of action is to have an attorney review your driving record and determine what needs to be done to get your case resolved, get your license back, and get you back on the road.

King Law is a firm prepared to move forward with any case involving DWLR and other motor vehicle related charges. Our attorneys in both North Carolina and South Carolina are experienced in handling these matters. You can be assured you are getting cutting edge representation in every matter, and your criminal case will be given top priority.