Alcohol offenses are not the only ones that can jeopardize the status of your North Carolina driver's license.
Your legal ability to drive could be at risk for failure to conform to child support requirements and failure to appear in court for a hearing on a legal matter that requires your presence. But there may still be time for you to reverse the situation into something positive by retaining skillful defense representation that knows the law, the courts and the prosecutors in a variety of jurisdictions.
Our experienced Raleigh and Wake County defense lawyer can help. William L. Fay of the Fay & Grafton law firm has handled thousands of cases during his years of experience — aggressively, successfully advocating for people just like you who need to be able to drive to and from their jobs, and provide for their families.
Fay & Grafton — Experienced Wake County Driver's License Revocation Attorney
Among the range of offenses that can have negative implications for your North Carolina driving privileges are:
- Failure to appear in court
- Failure to pay regular child support, according to divorce settlement agreement obligation
- Domestic violence
- Multiple DWI convictions
- Driving with license revoked or suspended
Were you arrested for an offense that may have repercussions for your driver's license? Do you need your record cleaned by an expungement so your driving privileges will remain in good standing?
Raleigh driver's license restoration attorney William L. Fay is ready to discuss your case in detail and in confidence. Contact Fay & Grafton today to arrange this important initial consultation. Call us toll free at 888-533-8526 or send an email. We welcome the opportunity to serve you in any way we can.