If you are like most people, you rely heavily on your ability to drive. At the Law Office of Jason H. Reece, our Charlotte DWI driving privileges attorney understands just how important it is for you to remain behind the wheel. If you have had your license taken away because of a DWI charge, we will use our more than 25 years of experience to help you get limited driving privileges.
DWI charges result in automatic 30-day driver's license suspensions. After 10 days, you can get limited driving privileges. There are certain steps that are required, and we can guide you through those steps, which include insurance verification and an alcohol assessment.
Limited driving privileges allow you to drive to and from work between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. If you work outside of those hours, a letter from your employer is necessary. These privileges also cover driving in the case of a medical emergency.
After your 30 day suspension is up you can get your regular license back and drive as normal until the time of your trial. If your trial results in a conviction and your license is suspended long-term, you may still be eligible for certain driving privileges.
Depending on the level of your drunk driving charge, you may be able to get a provisional driver's license. This option is typically only available in low level DWI cases. Essentially, the privileges are the same as pre-trial privileges. They are intended to allow you to drive for work purposes, between certain hours of the day. These limited driving privileges cover the full year of the driver's license suspension. We can help you obtain these privileges.
Our representation is available to residents of the Charlotte area, as well as people who were charged while visiting the area. We offer reasonable fees. Payment plans are available and credit cards are accepted. Contact us for a free initial consultation with a Charlotte DWI driving privileges attorney.