Can a Greensboro traffic ticket attorney get your license back? Yes we can!
A Greensboro traffic attorney can navigate the complexities of a license revocation. You may feel like it is hopeless. You may have gone without a license for years, or even decades. But there is hope.
There are three avenues to the restoration of your license. The first is a DMV hearing. This is the worse of the options, as the DMV charges for hearings, and there is no guarantee that they will restore your license. It is a hearing with a DMV employee as the judge of your eligibility.
The second option is a review and mitigation of your driving record. A Greensboro traffic ticket lawyer can review your driving record, and figure out how to finish up any outstanding burdens that are preventing you from obtaining your license. Clearing outstanding tickets and fines will lead you to getting your license back. Worst case, if prior convictions need to be undone, that can be arranged by a Greensboro traffic lawyer through a process known as a Motion for Appropriate Relief (a MAR).
The third option is to get a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP). You may be eligible for a LDP to maintain your household and to drive to and from work. If you are eligible, you must have spend a certain amount of time without your license, but then, after a year or less spent on the privilege, the DMV must restore your license. It is a great option for those who may be suffering from long term loss of license, or even a permanent loss of license.
There is help from Greensboro traffic ticket attorneys to get your license back. Call us at Garrett Walker AYcoth and Olson, we are here to help!