The person then decides to handle the third one with the other ones outstanding, and suddenly has a revoked license. So they then decide to just pay off the first two and suddenly their license is in a state of permanent revocation. Well, it is difficult to get a job without being able to drive, so the person risks it and gets an occasional ticket for driving with a revoked license in Harnett County, whether it be in Dunn, Coats, Erwin, Angier, or Spring Lake. The person is then afraid to go to court for fear of having to go to jail (a real fear by the way on this charge), and so they don’t. There are then orders for arrest issued and that person, otherwise, a good hardworking person feels like they are hopelessly revoked.
This situation can be tricky to unravel, but I have had a lot of success in getting people into a situation where they can get their license back. In fact, recent changes in the law allow limited privileges for someone in the above situation. However, it is more important to confront the problem and handle all the matters that have not been handled. If you don’t, the cycle will never end.
I cannot guarantee to get a license back, but I can use my experience in putting you in a position to be able to get them back. My advice is to not miss court and don’t let things build up. These are harsh cases too, considering you can not only lose your license, pay fines and costs, but you can also go to jail for up to 120 days, depending upon your record.