In North Carolina, drunk driving is officially known as Driving While Impaired or DWI — though some may call it DUI. If the police administered alcohol screening indicates you operated a vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher, you will be charged with DWI. You may also be charged if you were impaired by marijuana, other illegal drugs or prescription drugs while driving.
The experienced attorneys use their knowledge and skill to handle your DWI/DUI defense. Many of our clients have never been charged with a criminal offense before and we will help you through every step of the process. If you are concerned about loss of your license and the effect this charge may have on your insurance premiums or employment, we can address these issues and all questions you have, and we can discuss the possible consequences of a conviction for DWI with you.
While we can never promise a specific outcome, we can answer ALL of your questions and be with you every step of the way. We can also advise you on whether you need an alcohol assessment or substance abuse program that may alter the final disposition of your case.
A DWI arrest can happen to almost anyone. We can still make a difference in your case, even if the evidence against you is strong.
Contact our experienced legal team today to discuss your DWI with a Free Consultation.