Thursday, January 14, 2016
Raleigh Lawyers Have “Good News” for Those with Limited Driving Privileges
In North Carolina, drivers licenses can be suspended or revoked due to alcohol-related offenses or certain convictions, or if they accumulated points in their records due to moving violations and other infractions. Depending on the severity of the offenses, a driver’s license is suspended or revoked for varying periods of time, and drivers are required to pay a restoration fee to have their license reinstated. However many individuals are permitted to drive despite having their licenses revoked or suspended if they are driving to work, to attend college or if they are bringing someone for emergency medical care. Recently, a new North Carolina law took in effect, extending these limited driving privileges which should be considered “good news” for those who wish to express their religious faith.