What do you do when you get a client that calls in who is a North Carolina resident that just got a nasty-gram from the DMV informing him that his license is going to be suspended for an out-of-state or federal conviction? James Minick walks you through the process of filing a limited driving privilege for a DWI conviction that happened in another state or on federal land.
Learn how a driving record is your answer key to identifying revocations and how to address them
Find out where to file an out-of-state privilege and which judge will need to sign the privilege
Identify the court costs associated with an out-of-state privilege