Concord, Cabarrus CountyDWLR (driving while license revoked)
Getting a Cabarrus County DWLR means you have been cited for driving on a revoked license. Getting a license revoked in the first place can be due to the following:
- You may have failed to pay a series of speeding or traffic tickets;
- You did not appear for a court case in North Carolina. The case doesn’t have to be related to a traffic violation; or
- You reached a certain number of DMV points, wherein your licensee was revoked for a year.
A DWLR is a very serious charge. Many times the traffic attorney must first deal with the underlying revocation before dealing with the DWLR ticket. Accumulating mutiple Cabarrus DWLR tickets can result in the permanent suspension of your license. Further, Cabarrus County district court judges have the statutory authority to sentence repeat offenders to serve jail time.
At Rosensteel Fleishman, PLLC we take the time to listen to our clients to help guide them through the legal process. We work each case from every angle to put the law to work for our clients. We will let you know how each judicial result affects you and how best to proceed. Depending on your your underlying tickets we can even handle your case without you being present in court.
In most cases we will let you know your cost up front – with no surprises. That is our promise to you. At Rosensteel Fleishman, PLLC we frequently work with both in state and out of state clients. For our clients’ convenience we accept payment over the phone with Visa or MasterCard. Depending on the traffic violation, you may be able to have your conference with us over the phone and we may be able to file the appropriate paperwork to avoid your personal appearance in court.
Call (704) 714-1450 to make an appointment to speak with an attorney regarding your Cabarrus DWLR ticket, or stop by the office during regular business hours. We will schedule an appointment that meets your needs.