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Category: Charlotte DWI Lawyer

What Are Non-Standard Field Sobriety Tests?

If you’ve been charged with DWI, you were probably given a field sobriety test at some point. You were asked to count or recite the alphabet, or touch your finger to your nose. For most people, these tests are incredibly stressful and embarrassing, and now…

Penalties of a Marijuana DWI in North Carolina

Most North Carolina residents know what the criminal charge of “driving while impaired” (DWI) means. But you may not realize that the charge applies to driving while impaired due to alcohol or drugs. If law enforcement believes impaired driving is due to marijuana, you face…

Common Driver’s License Issues After a North Carolina DWI

If you’ve been charged with DWI (driving while impaired) in North Carolina, you’re probably already aware that you face serious criminal penalties. Even for a first-time offense at the lowest level, you could be sentenced to incarceration and fines. What you may not know is…

Common Underage Alcohol Crimes

Underage drinking is taken very seriously in North Carolina, and it’s easy to find yourself or your child charged with a crime as the result of a simple error in judgment. Unfortunately, these cases are prosecuted very aggressively and can result in significant penalties such…

When Is a DWI Considered a Felony Under NC Law?

Many offenses for driving while impaired (DWI) are misdemeanor offenses in the state of North Carolina. A conviction for such an offense can result in jail time, serious fines, and suspension of your driver’s license. A felony DWI charge, however, is much more serious. If…

Can I Get Charged with a DWI If My BAC Was Under .08%?

Most people are shocked when they get charged with driving while impaired (DWI). Even more shocking is when they face DWI with a BAC (blood alcohol content) under .08%. While this may seem like an easy case, North Carolina’s DWI laws are more complicated than…