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Category: DWI

Can I Be Charged with a DWI If the Officer Didn’t See Me Driving?

Unfortunately, you can be charged with driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina whether or not a police officer saw driving down a street behind the wheel of a car. Our courts have ruled that circumstantial evidence that you were in “actual physical control” of…

Challenging a DWI Traffic Stop

While you may have made an unfortunate mistake by drinking and driving in violation of North Carolina’s DWI (driving while impaired) law, an arrest isn’t the end of your case. You can’t be convicted of drunk driving until proven guilty in court, and there are…

Can a DWI Be Reduced to Reckless Driving in Charlotte?

When you have been arrested and charged with a DWI, you need to take an honest look at your case. It can be uncomfortable, but you should understand the evidence that is favorable to prove your innocence and against you. You need to recognize the…

Avoiding a DWI in the New Year

As an adult over the age of 21, it’s natural to want to go out with friends and family and enjoy a drink or two. There’s nothing wrong with having a good time. But you have to be careful when the evening ends. You cannot…

Understanding a North Carolina Provisional DWI

North Carolina has a zero tolerance policy for underage drivers who get caught with alcohol or drugs in their system. When you violate the state’s zero tolerance policy, you will be charged with Driving After Consumption While Under 21, which is also known as a…