Driving while your license is revoked is a class one misdemeanor in North Carolina. Even for a first-time offense, you could be facing up to 45 days of supervised probation. Multiple moving violations with a revoked license carry even stiffer penalties including a longer wait to get your license back or losing it permanently. However, “permanent” doesn’t mean forever! It simply means you have to schedule a hearing in front of a DMV Officer and your license will probably be subject to conditions before it will be restored fully. At Dummit Fradin, we can help. Give one of our experienced Traffic Defense Attorneys a call before you try and take on this complicated process by yourself.