Let me help you minimize the consequences of a citation for driving without a license.
The consequences of driving without a license in the Troutman, North Carolina area can be anything from minor to serious, depending on the circumstances involved. While it is easier to resolve a situation where you simply left your license at home accidentally than it is to have been ticketed because you have a suspended or revoked license or have not obtained one prior to driving, all situations are best handled by seeking legal representation. If you have been ticketed with driving without a license, call me, W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, to help you navigate the legal process and mitigate the penalties.
One of the most critical aspects of resolving a driving without a license citation is to do so in a timely manner. This is true with both correctible offenses and willful violations. For example, in the case of a correctible offense where you do have a license but didn’t have it with you when you were pulled over, there is a set time in which you can provide adequate evidence to have your citation dismissed. If you miss that date, you’ll have fines and potentially other penalties to deal with. Missing a date for willful violations isn’t in your best interests either, especially if you are hoping to reduce the fine or avoid being charged with a misdemeanor offense. The best thing to do is reach out to me right away so I can get started serving your best interests in a timely manner.
If you would like to know more about the penalties for driving without a license, call today to schedule a consultation and get answers to any questions you may have.
At the office of W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, we can help with legal cases regarding driving without a license for residents of Statesville, Troutman, Taylorsville, Mocksville, Mooresville, Hickory, Iredell County, Alexander County, and Davie County, North Carolina.