In North Carolina, and other states, driving is a privilege and not a right. There are several conditions under which the Department of Motor Vehicles (the DMV) can suspend or revoke your driving privilege, or license, with or without a hearing. If the DMV has revoked your driving privilege, you may be able to get your license reinstated through the DMV hearing process. In this case, a lawyer experienced in hearings before the DMV can make all the difference in whether your driving privilege is restored.
Restoration hearings under jurisdiction of the DMV include:
- Driving While License Suspended or Revoked
- Medical Review matters
- Breathalyzer Refusal
- DWI Privilege Restoration
Each of the above matters has its own set of complications and complexities. Under limited circumstances, the DMV can deny your driving privilege reinstatement, or even permanently revoke it. If your license has been suspended or revoked, call us to find out what can be done to restore your privileges. The attorneys at Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy are experienced in helping people who need their driving privileges restored at the DMV level. Call the firm for your free, confidential consultation today.