North Carolina Deptartment of Motor Vehicles officers operate a “Click It or Ticket” checkpoint in this 2002 file photo. A new policy in Orange and Chatham counties will allow people charged with driving without a license to get it dismissed if they have a clean criminal and driving record, and can meet other requirements.
North Carolina Deptartment of Motor Vehicles officers operate a “Click It or Ticket” checkpoint in this 2002 file photo. A new policy in Orange and Chatham counties will allow people charged with driving without a license to get it dismissed if they have a clean criminal and driving record, and can meet other requirements. Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com
North Carolina Deptartment of Motor Vehicles officers operate a “Click It or Ticket” checkpoint in this 2002 file photo. A new policy in Orange and Chatham counties will allow people charged with driving without a license to get it dismissed if they have a clean criminal and driving record, and can meet other requirements. Scott Sharpe ssharpe@newsobserver.com

Change will help Orange, Chatham drivers caught without a license

April 17, 2017 03:40 PM

UPDATED April 17, 2017 07:21 PM

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