Reducing The Consequences Of Traffic Charges

If you face a traffic offense charge or have questions about preventing a driver's license suspension or revocation, criminal defense lawyer James Borden can provide experienced help. Mr. Borden has handled thousands of traffic ticket and license suspension cases, and can help whether you have just been pulled over, have been driving without a license for years, or have not driven for weeks, months or years.

Understanding The Driver's License Revocation And Suspension Legal Process

The driver's license suspension process and the traffic violation legal process may seem like one and the same. However, they are not. The first is an administrative proceeding, and the second is a criminal proceeding. Often, people in North Carolina who take care of one half of the process feel that the other half will be taken care of automatically, behind the scenes.

In fact, the processes are completely separate, and must be handled individually. This means that if you are convicted of driving over 100 miles per hour, plead guilty and pay a fine, your license may still be suspended by the DMV unless you also assert your interests in the suspension process to avoid a revoked license.

Our office is familiar with both the criminal and administrative aspects of traffic violation and license suspension law, and we have helped numerous people prevent or reverse driver's license suspension following a traffic violation conviction. For more information regarding our firm and your rights, contact our office.

Helping You Understand Your Legal Options

Contact the Law Office of James M. Borden, PLLC, in Greensboro, for experienced driver's license revocation and suspension legal services. We offer free initial consultations in criminal law matters, charge reasonable rates and accept credit cards. To contact an attorney, call 336-542-2198 or 866-720-5634. We represent individuals in Davidson County and throughout North Carolina.