License Revocations for Multiple DWIs

In License revocations for multiple DWIs by GWAO

License revocations for multiple DWIs are complex.

License revocations for multiple DWIs are explained below.  If you have been convicted or charged with multiple DWIs, please contact a Greensboro top rated DWI attorney for proper advise.

Driving while license revoked or suspended (DWLR) is a serious charge, aggravated if the license revocations is for multiple DWIs.  The following can help you to understand the long-term revocation periods, and how to get your license back.

2nd DWI OFFENSE WITHIN 3 YEARS

Revocation period of four years if within 3 years of prior conviction

No limited driving privilege

A DMV hearing is allowed after 2 years

A conditional restoration may be allowed if the defendant is not, in the period of the revocation, been convicted of a motor vehicle offense, an alcoholic beverage control law offense, a drug law offense or any other criminal offense involving alcohol or drugs; and the defendant is not currently an excessive user of alcohol, drugs, or prescription drugs, or unlawful user of any controlled substance. May voluntarily submit themselves to alcohol monitoring prior to restoration consideration (a system approved under 15A-1343.3, a period of 120 days or longer.)

 

3rd DWI OFFENSE WITH MOST RECENT WITHIN 5 YEARS

Permanent Revocation

No limited driving privilege

A DMV hearing is allowed after 3 years

A conditional restoration may be allowed if the defendant has not, in the period of revocation, been convicted of a motor vehicle offense, an alcoholic beverage offense, a drug law offense, or any other criminal offense involving alcohol or drugs; and the defendant is not currently an excessive user of alcohol, drugs or prescription drugs, or an unlawful user of any controlled substance. May voluntarily submit themselves to continuous alcohol monitoring program prior to restoration consideration (a system approved under 15A-1343.3, a period of 120 days or longer).

DMV hearing is allowed after 2 years if can show additional requirement of no alcohol having been consumed for the preceding 12 months (while being monitored by an approved continuous alcohol device)

 

AGGRAVATED LEVEL ONE DWI CONVICTION

Permanent Revocation

No limited driving privilege

A DMV hearing is allowed after 3 years

Interlock required upon any license restoration

If your license is revoked for multiple DWIs contact us for assistance or advise.  We are here to help!

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