Greensboro DWLR lawyer
A moving violation can revoke an individual’s license if they are convicted during a period of revocation, i.e., when their license was revoked or suspended (DWLR), even if they have gotten their license back.
This chart allows, in Greensboro, DWLR lawyer Chad Garrett explain moving violations.
|First Offense||1 YEAR|
|Second Offense||2 YEARS|
|Third or Greater Offense||PERMANENT|
A Greensboro DWLR lawyer can assist you in obtaining your license if you have been convicted of a moving violation. Call the top rated traffic attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olson at 336-379-0539. We return every call, every day.
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