Can a Greensboro speeding ticket lawyer explain DMV hearing charges? Yes!
The North Carolina DMV now charges for hearings. Greensboro speeding ticket lawyers are navigating the new fees charged for hearings, that use to be free, paid for by our citizens’ taxes.
If your license is revoked, a DMV hearing may be your only opportunity to continue to drive legally. Greensboro Driving While License Revoked Attorneys (Greensboro DWLR Attorneys) are skilled readers of driving records, and know how to clear your record and force the DMV to grant you a hearing. The expense of a hearing, however, is a new burden that cannot be waived.
Prior to applying for a hearing all outstanding fees, such as court costs and fines, must be paid in full. There cannot be any outstanding, unresolved tickets in North Carolina or anywhere in country, as any traffic matters even outside of North Carolina may revoke your drivers license. So the first step, prior to requesting the hearing, is to make sure your record is clear.
Greensboro traffic attorneys know that your license may be revoked for high speed convictions, for moving violations, for DWIs, for DUIs, and for new DWLR convictions.
Contact one of the Greensboro traffic lawyers at Garrett Walker Aycoth and Olson at 336-379-0539. We are here to help, and we return every phone call, every day.