DWI/Traffic Violations Form
When an individual is issued a speeding ticket, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) determines driver’s license points based upon miles per hour (mph). An accumulation of points could result in driver’s license revocation. At Bell & Bell Law Firm P.C., we are dedicated to keeping our clients’ driving records clean and their insurance rates from increasing. We represent clients in Iredell County towns such as Mooresville and Statesville.
Did you receive a speeding ticket or other traffic violation in Iredell County? The traffic violation could have an impact on your entire family. Put our family to work for yours. Contact Bell & Bell Law Firm P.C. today to arrange a free consultation.
Automatic Driver’s License Suspension or Revocation
Losing the privilege to drive means losing freedom and convenience. Work, school, family activities, errands, and chores all require the use to a vehicle. As a family law firm, we understand how important it is that every driver in the family is able to drive. We offer assertive client advocacy when individuals risk losing their driver’s licenses. The following are just some examples of when the DMV may revoke a license.
If you are concerned about the penalties of a traffic violation, contact a lawyer from our firm today.