Form AOC-CVR-9 "Petition for Limited Driving Privilege Pretrial Revocation (Implied-Consent Offense)" - North Carolina

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District
Superior Court Division
IN THE MATTER OF:
PETITION FOR
Name And Address Of Applicant
LIMITED DRIVING PRIVILEGE
PRETRIAL REVOCATION
Race
Sex
Height
Weight
(IMPLIED-CONSENT OFFENSE)
G.S. 20-16.5
Hair Color
Eye Color
Date Of Birth
Drivers License No.
State
Date Of Offense
Date Of Revocation If Different From Offense Date
I, the undersigned applicant, request the Court to issue a limited driving privilege to me pursuant to G.S. 20-16.5(p). I certify that:
1.
My license was revoked by the District Court Division of the General Court of Justice in the county shown above.
2.
I meet all of the eligibility requirements for a limited driving privilege under G.S. 20-16.5(p). (NOTE:
See reverse side for eligibility
)
requirements.
3.
I have attached a copy of the revocation order issued in this case.
4.
I have attached the required documentation of my need to engage in employment-related driving at times other than
6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Monday through Friday.
5.
(
) I need a limited driving privilege to overcome undue hardship.
Check if license revoked indefinitely.
NOTE TO APPLICANT:
You may attach any documentation to support your allegation of undue hardship. You may be required to provide
additional documentation, which may include a copy of your driving record and/or evidence of financial responsibility (insurance).
Date
Signature Of Applicant
NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice To The District Attorney:
The applicant named above will apply to the district court judge presiding at the date, time and place of hearing shown
below for issuance of a limited driving privilege.
Date Of Hearing
Time Of Hearing
Date
AM
PM
Place Of Hearing
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
CERTIFICATION
I certify that on this date, I filed a copy of this Petition with the district attorney's office
in person.
by depositing same in the U. S. mail in an envelope bearing proper postage.
.
Other:
Date
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
WAIVER
I, the undersigned Prosecutor, waive the statutory requirement of the Clerk to file a copy of this Petition with the District
Attorney's office and further waive the right to appear at a hearing on this Petition for limited driving privilege.
Date
Name Of Prosecutor (Type Or Print)
Signature Of Prosecutor
NOTE:
The Clerk of Superior Court upon the filing of this Petition with a notice of hearing, should immediately file a copy with the District Attorney's
office and sign the certification, unless the Prosecutor waives the right to having this Petition filed with his/her office.
AOC-CVR-9, Rev. 2/06
(Over)
© 2006 Administrative Office of the Courts
File No.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District
Superior Court Division
IN THE MATTER OF:
PETITION FOR
Name And Address Of Applicant
LIMITED DRIVING PRIVILEGE
PRETRIAL REVOCATION
Race
Sex
Height
Weight
(IMPLIED-CONSENT OFFENSE)
G.S. 20-16.5
Hair Color
Eye Color
Date Of Birth
Drivers License No.
State
Date Of Offense
Date Of Revocation If Different From Offense Date
I, the undersigned applicant, request the Court to issue a limited driving privilege to me pursuant to G.S. 20-16.5(p). I certify that:
1.
My license was revoked by the District Court Division of the General Court of Justice in the county shown above.
2.
I meet all of the eligibility requirements for a limited driving privilege under G.S. 20-16.5(p). (NOTE:
See reverse side for eligibility
)
requirements.
3.
I have attached a copy of the revocation order issued in this case.
4.
I have attached the required documentation of my need to engage in employment-related driving at times other than
6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Monday through Friday.
5.
(
) I need a limited driving privilege to overcome undue hardship.
Check if license revoked indefinitely.
NOTE TO APPLICANT:
You may attach any documentation to support your allegation of undue hardship. You may be required to provide
additional documentation, which may include a copy of your driving record and/or evidence of financial responsibility (insurance).
Date
Signature Of Applicant
NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice To The District Attorney:
The applicant named above will apply to the district court judge presiding at the date, time and place of hearing shown
below for issuance of a limited driving privilege.
Date Of Hearing
Time Of Hearing
Date
AM
PM
Place Of Hearing
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
CERTIFICATION
I certify that on this date, I filed a copy of this Petition with the district attorney's office
in person.
by depositing same in the U. S. mail in an envelope bearing proper postage.
.
Other:
Date
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
WAIVER
I, the undersigned Prosecutor, waive the statutory requirement of the Clerk to file a copy of this Petition with the District
Attorney's office and further waive the right to appear at a hearing on this Petition for limited driving privilege.
Date
Name Of Prosecutor (Type Or Print)
Signature Of Prosecutor
NOTE:
The Clerk of Superior Court upon the filing of this Petition with a notice of hearing, should immediately file a copy with the District Attorney's
office and sign the certification, unless the Prosecutor waives the right to having this Petition filed with his/her office.
AOC-CVR-9, Rev. 2/06
(Over)
© 2006 Administrative Office of the Courts
Eligibility requirements pursuant to G.S. 20-16.5(p) are as follows:
If drivers license was revoked for a thirty (30) or forty-five (45) day period:
1.
At the time of the alleged offense the defendant held either a valid drivers license or a license that had been expired for
less than one year;
2.
The defendant does not have an unresolved pending charge involving impaired driving except the charge for which the
license is currently revoked or additional convictions of an offense involving impaired driving since being charged for the
violation for which the license is currently revoked under 20-16.5;
3.
The defendant's license has been revoked for at least ten (10) days if the revocation is for thirty (30) days or thirty (30)
days if the revocation is for forty-five (45) days; and
4.
The defendant has obtained a substance abuse assessment from a mental health facility and registered for and agreed
to participate in any recommended training or treatment program.
If drivers license was revoked indefinitely:
1.
At the time of the alleged offense the defendant held either a valid drivers license or a license that had been expired for
less than one year;
2.
At the time of the alleged offense the defendant had not within the preceding seven (7) years been convicted of an
offense involving impaired driving;
3.
Subsequent to the alleged offense, the defendant has not been convicted of, or had an unresolved charge lodged
against him/her for, an offense involving impaired driving;
4.
The defendant must have completed either: (i) thirty (30) days of the period of license revocation for the current offense
if the defendant was present when the license was revoked or if the defendant was not present but surrendered his/her
license within five (5) working days after the effective date of the revocation order, or (ii) forty-five (45) days of the
period of license revocation for the current offense if the defendant was not present when the license was revoked and
did not surrender his/her license within five (5) working days of the effective date of the revocation order.
5.
The defendant has obtained and filed with the court a substance abuse assessment conducted by one of the entities
authorized by the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct assessments; and
6.
A limited driving privilege is necessary to overcome undue hardship.
AOC-CVR-9, Side Two, Rev. 2/06
© 2006 Administrative Office of the Courts
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