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Category: DWI

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…

Can I Refuse Standardized Field Sobriety Tests in NC?

For most people, being stopped for DWI and being asked to perform standardized field sobriety tests brings about a large amount of stress. Further, the tests can return false positives more often than you might think. If you’re pulled over or stopped at a sobriety…

Calculating the Real Cost of a Charlotte DUI

Being convicted of a DUI (driving under the influence) can leave you paying long-lasting costs. There will be fines if you’re convicted of a driving while intoxicated (DWI) offense. There are also other costs associated with the charge itself. From lost income to an increase…

Can You Go to Jail For a North Carolina DWI?

Under North Carolina law, it is illegal for you to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent or higher. It is not necessary that the officer directly prove your BAC is above the legal limit for you to face…

Do I Have to Go to Court for a DWI Charge?

In every state, driving while impaired (DWI), while under the influence of alcohol, is illegal. This means if you’re 21 years or older and you’re driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of at least .08 percent, you’ve violated a North Carolina law. If you’re…