The North Carolina DMV can suspend your license without a hearing under several conditions. If your license has been revoked, you will get a chance to have a hearing to get your license reinstated. Having a lawyer attend this hearing will strengthen the possibility of you getting your license back. The different NC Department of Motor Vehicle proceedings consist of:
- DWI Restoration Hearing
- DWI/Breathalyzer Refusal Hearing
- DMV Medical Review
- Driving While License Revoked Hearing
Hearing for DWI Restoration
If you have been found guilty three times of DUI, your North Carolina driver’s license will be permanently revoked. Usually, after three years, you can request a DWI Restoration Hearing, which consists of two parts. First, the necessary documents demonstrating your qualifications for a DMV hearing are presented. Second, a hearing will be planned before a DMV Hearing Officer. At this hearing, you can provide witnesses to attest to your good personality and your sobriety.
DWI Restoration Hearings are quite serious. Every person’s conditions are unique, and we want to understand your individual situation. We prepare your witnesses before the hearing to make sure we provide an exclusive story of sobriety and accountable conduct. In this way, we can show the DMV that it is suitable for you to have your license reinstated.
Hearing for DWI Refusal
In North Carolina, implied consent laws determine that your license be suspended if you reject a breath analyzer. Refusal to adhere to a breath analyzer will result in a one year suspension. In some situations, there may be a justification for why a breath analyzer was rejected. Fighting license suspension for breath analyzer refusal is challenging. We provide people with their alternatives and can stand up for you at a Breathalyzer Refusal hearing. If your license has been suspended for neglecting to take a breath analyzer, find out what actions you can take toward getting your license again, and reducing the harm to your criminal record.
Hearing for DMV Medical
If your license has been suspended in North Carolina due to a scenario like a seizure problem, do not lose heart. North Carolina will allow you to ask the DMV for a medical evaluation hearing, where you will be given the opportunity to restore your driver’s license. We can help you take the actions necessary to show the DMV that you can be a secure and accountable driver. A DMV medical evaluation is often made up of a hearing officers. Having powerful legal support in this situation can be paramount. We will work with your physicians, file the necessary documents, and stand up for you before the hearing.
If your license has been suspended for medical reasons, call us and speak with us about your alternatives. We can help you create a strategy for reacquiring your license in North Carolina that is secure for both you and other individuals on our roadways.
Hearing for Driving While License Revoked
Even though you can obtain restricted driving privileges after a conviction for DUI, in North Carolina there is no restricted driving privilege available to those found guilty of Driving While License Revoked. Recently the NC Legislature has reconsidered limited driving privileges from those found guilty of this. This legislation is tedious and can be explained in your consultation. Call Jason Wilson to find out more about your eligibility for limited driving privilege.