Suspended Driver's License
DWI Defense Lawyer in Concord
Wondering if your driver's license will be suspended for a
DWI charge? Concerned that you may lose your driving privileges due to unfair
charges? Talk with the experienced and qualified DWI defense lawyers at
The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. for counsel on your case.
If you have been charged with driving while intoxicated, you need to act
fast to preserve your driving privileges and avoid losing your license
for an extended time. The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. is prepared
to provide the representation and support you need to protect your driving
Avoiding License Suspension Due to DWI
North Carolina has strict DWI laws, including an automatic 30 day license
suspension for any DWI charge. That means that even if you are completely
innocent, you will have your driver's license suspended until the
case proceeds. After 10 days, you will be able to apply for limited driving
privileges under certain circumstances.
In order to quality for these privileges, you must meet the following:
- You had a valid driver's license at the time of the offense
- You do not have any pervious or outstanding DWI charges outside the current ones
- You completed a Substance Abuse Assessment at a certified center
If granted, you will be able to drive within the 30 day suspension. There
are driving restrictions that apply, which means if you need additional
hours outside of the ones provided, you will need to provide appropriate
documentation to prove this.
What if I have been convicted of DWI?
If you are convicted of DWI, your license will be suspended for 12 months.
However, you may be able to qualify for limited driving privileges during
this suspension period. You must fulfill the same requirements listed
above, and after your conviction, you can petition the court for these
There are also several other requirements that must be met, which is why
it is more crucial than ever to obtain legal counsel. Don't put your
driving privileges on the line!
The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. today for counsel.