Raleigh License Restoration Lawyer

Let Us Help You Get Your License Back in Raleigh & the Surrounding Counties, of Franklin, Vance, Warren, Granville & Person

Having your license suspended or revoked is a distinct disadvantage in our society. Reliance on public transportation, rideshare companies, family, friends, and coworkers can be stressful, unreliable, time-consuming, and costly, depending on the circumstances. This can be overcome if you are eligible for limited driving privileges granted by the court. When you are not eligible and even after your suspension or revocation has expired, you will still need to get your licensed restored by the DMV. 

At Scheuring Law, PLLC, we can help you with license restoration no matter the circumstances. Attorney Grant S. Scheuring has been assisting clients with this process since 2012. When you retain our services, you will always have direct contact with Mr. Scheuring who will handle your case from start to finish. At our firm, we focus on providing competent representation aimed at giving you the best chance of a positive outcome.

Get a free consultation about your case by contacting Scheuring Law, PLLC at (919) 944-8100 or by contacting us online.

  • Grant is so professional and such a people person that it’s easy to talk to him! He is always a call away willing to help me in any question I have.

    “Not only did he help me with a traffic violation but is also helping me through a very personal process! He is kind and always there to help me.”

    Former Client
  • After talking with you, I felt much calmer and assured we were in good hands.

    “After talking with you, I felt much calmer and assured we were in good hands.”

    Former Client
  • Grant was the only one who picked up the phone and is one of the most professional attorneys I have worked with.

    “He is very knowledgeable and organized. Would highly recommend.”

    Former Client

License Restorations in North Carolina

Losing your license can be the result of many scenarios, such as:

  • Speeding
  • DWI
  • Refusing to take a breathalyzer or other chemical test
  • Accumulating too many DMV driving record demerit points
  • Driving without insurance
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Getting a license under false pretenses
  • Convictions of racing competitions on the highways
  • Two reckless driving charges within a year
  • Motor vehicle assault
  • Failure to appear in court 
  • Failure to pay traffic fines

Losing your driving privileges can last for 30 – 90 days, six months, a year, three years, or even permanently, depending on whether you have a provisional or standard license and the reason for the suspension or revocation. 

In order to get your license back, you will be required to complete certain steps. These can include serving out your suspension period, paying all court fines and fees, paying a fee to the DMV, reapplying, and taking any required tests. 

DMV Hearings

In cases where your license has been suspended or revoked, you may be able to request a DMV hearing seeking to regain your driving privileges. 

For a DMV hearing, you will need to have a copy of your driving record that states the cause of the suspension or revocation. The cause will determine further requirements. For example, if your suspension was based on a DWI, you may need to provide proof of substance abuse assessment, completion of any court-ordered treatment program, and/or proof of an ignition interlock device (IID) used in your vehicle for alcohol detection during your suspension period.

A DMV hearing is a formal process in which you are given the opportunity to present personal and witness testimony as well as present any other evidence that supports your request for a license restoration. To ensure you have the best chance of success at such a hearing, it is vital that you have representation from an experienced traffic law professional who knows how to prepare and present such cases. At Scheuring Law, PLLC, you can rely on the proven capabilities of our Raleigh license restoration attorney.

Find out how we can help you restore your driver’s license by contacting a team member online or at (919) 944-8100. Your initial consultation is free.

Grant S. Scheuring Attorney at Law

Grant is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Elon University School of Law. He is an attorney that cares about his clients and understands that everyone wants to be heard and respected. Grant focuses his practice on litigating misdemeanors, lower level felonies, DWI’s, and traffic offenses. When calling his firm, you will always speak with an attorney and someone that can help. Call now for a free consultation.


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