North Carolina DMV Hearing Attorney

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http://www.robertslawteam.com 866-630-2389 The Roberts Law Group in Raleigh, North Carolina is passionate for what they do, very focused & very aggressive. A former client recommends the firm for criminal defense because they get results.

Restore Your Driver's License After a DWI

Experienced Raleigh, North Carolina, DWI Defense Lawyer

Most people do not realize how vital driving privileges are to their way of life until they have been taken away. However, unless your license was revoked as a result of a habitual impaired driving conviction, you will usually be able to seek a restoration of your driver's license at some point in the future.

Increase Your Chances. Have an Experienced Attorney on Your Side.

Having an experienced attorney represent you in DMV hearings can help improve your chances of reacquiring your driving privileges. Contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC to learn more about your rights and to discuss your eligibility for driver's license restoration following a DWI conviction. We provide skilled legal representation in DMV hearings throughout North Carolina.

In order to restore your driver's license, we present critical information at your hearing before the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles, including:

  • Proof of completion of alcohol or substance abuse treatment
  • Proof of completion of other terms of your sentence or probation
  • Witness testimony attesting to your commitment to sobriety

Prosecution Experience On Your Side

Attorney Patrick Roberts formerly served as an Assistant District Attorney in three North Carolina counties. This experience provides our firm with inside knowledge of how every DWI case is handled — both in court and in hearings before the Division of Motor Vehicles. We know what it takes to prepare a client for DMV hearings and strive to have their driving privileges restored as soon as North Carolina law allows. For example, those convicted of third DWI offense (two of the three convictions within the last five years) must wait five years before becoming eligible for driver's license restoration.

Get Experienced Legal Help With DMV Hearings

If you want more information about your suspended license or the consequences of a DWI/DUI conviction, contact us. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and your driving privileges.

Restore Your Driver's License After a DWI

Experienced Raleigh, North Carolina, DWI Defense Lawyer

Most people do not realize how vital driving privileges are to their way of life until they have been taken away. However, unless your license was revoked as a result of a habitual impaired driving conviction, you will usually be able to seek a restoration of your driver's license at some point in the future.

Increase Your Chances. Have an Experienced Attorney on Your Side.

Having an experienced attorney represent you in DMV hearings can help improve your chances of reacquiring your driving privileges. Contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC to learn more about your rights and to discuss your eligibility for driver's license restoration following a DWI conviction. We provide skilled legal representation in DMV hearings throughout North Carolina.

In order to restore your driver's license, we present critical information at your hearing before the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles, including:

  • Proof of completion of alcohol or substance abuse treatment
  • Proof of completion of other terms of your sentence or probation
  • Witness testimony attesting to your commitment to sobriety

Prosecution Experience On Your Side

Attorney Patrick Roberts formerly served as an Assistant District Attorney in three North Carolina counties. This experience provides our firm with inside knowledge of how every DWI case is handled — both in court and in hearings before the Division of Motor Vehicles. We know what it takes to prepare a client for DMV hearings and strive to have their driving privileges restored as soon as North Carolina law allows. For example, those convicted of third DWI offense (two of the three convictions within the last five years) must wait five years before becoming eligible for driver's license restoration.

Get Experienced Legal Help With DMV Hearings

If you want more information about your suspended license or the consequences of a DWI/DUI conviction, contact us. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and your driving privileges.

North Carolina v. J.O.
Charge: DWI
Facing: 1 year in jail
Result: Case Dismissed

Our client lost her trial in District Court and received a 45 day jail sentence. She hired Roberts Law Group to help her with her Superior Court efforts. We argued a motion to dismiss based on an unconstitutional driver's license checkpoint and prevailed. Any evidence that flowed from the stop of her vehicle was ordered suppressed by the Judge. Case dismissed. Our client blew .13 on the EC-IR II breath device.

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