In addition to the possible criminal penalties to your significant other for driving without license (or while the license is suspended) you could conceivably face criminal penalties for fraud. In addition, some other possible problems you have include the fact that the insurance you obtained may not apply even if an accident happens, especially if you knew that the primary driver on the vehicle did not have a valid license when you obtained the policy with the intent that your significant other be the driver.
Your easiest way out is to not allow your significant other to drive without a valid license. I do not konw the situation regarding whether your significant other has served her suspension and could get her license reinstated, but an attorney in North Carolina should be able to anser those questions for you.
I understand that you have limited funds, but an attorney may be able to tell you how long after an 08 DUI it will be before your sign. other can get her driving privileges reinstated and leave the legwork of submitting the appropriate forms, insurance information, etc to you and your significant other.
For everyone's sake please do not allow your sign. other to driver without getting her license resinstated. Good luck.
This information is provided for general informational purposes and is not intended as legal advice. An attorney licensed in your jurisdiction can answer questions specific to your specific fact situation and provide you appropriate advice as necessary based on the specific facts of your matter and the jurisdiction in which you reside. If you are in Arizona and interested in discussing your matter further I can be reached at: (480) 838-9000 Mark D. Fullerton, P.C. 1839 S. Alma School Road, Suite 275 Mesa, Arizona 85210
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