DWI/DUI Defense

A conviction for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina can carry many negative consequences, including fines, loss of your driving privileges and, possibly, time in jail. Of course, a DWI conviction – or even just an arrest – could also hurt your ability to earn a living. If you…

If a police officer arrests you for driving while impaired (DWI) in North Carolina, you need to take the situation seriously. Here are a few suggestions about how to handle the next steps that you will face: 1. The officer will ask you questions. After an officer arrests you for…

Utah is not backing down from a tougher stance on drunk-driving, standing by a law it passed earlier in 2017 that brought the state’s maximum blood alcohol content (BAC) limit to 0.05%. The law, scheduled to take effect in 2018, will fine offenders over $1,300 and confiscate their licenses for…

You’ve heard of driving under the influence and driving while impaired – but if you’re under the age of 21 you may find yourself in need of a DWI attorney to handle DACs. Driving After Consuming (DAC) is a serious offense in North Carolina, separate from Driving While Impaired (DWI). Not long…

Over the years, law enforcement officials have intensified efforts to crack down on individuals driving while impaired (DWI) by relying on Drug Recognition Experts (DRE). Police officers who become certified DREs evaluate drivers suspected of being impaired by drugs by applying a 12-step process; aside from impairment, their skillset supposedly lets…