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Category: DWI

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…

When Might I Get a Federal DWI in North Carolina?

Most people wind up with a DWI (driving while impaired) charge when they’re out having a good time with friends or family – they are at the beach or camping, or perhaps spending the day elsewhere in North Carolina. However, where you get charged with…

Can I Get Limited Driving Privileges After a DWI in Charlotte?

One of the consequences of a DWI (driving while impaired) conviction in North Carolina is the automatic revocation of your driving privileges in North Carolina. For most people, losing their driver’s license can create major problems in their day-to-day lives, making it difficult to get…

North Carolina DWI FAQ

In effort to answer some of the questions you may have about your DWI charge, you will find below, some of the most common questions our clients have: 1) The officer didn’t read my rights before arresting me, does this mean my case will get…

What Does a DWI Conviction Mean for My Insurance Rates?

In North Carolina, a DWI conviction, whether by being found guilty at trial or pleading guilty, will result in long lasting consequences, beyond having a criminal conviction on your record. The North Carolina DMV uses a point system in determining license suspensions. After accumulating 12…