Arrested for Driving While Under the Influence? Hall & Dixon PLLC can help. Our attorneys know the ins and outs of North Carolina’s DWI laws. We’ll examine the details of your case carefully and make sure all proper procedure was followed during your arrest. If we find any evidence that can be used in support of your defense, we’ll make note of it and present it in court.
You can rely on us to negotiate with the judge on your behalf and do everything possible to reduce the effects of a conviction. Schedule a consultation for your DWI charge by calling 704-993-6825.
North Carolina law provides for a wide range of potential sentences/penalties for an individual that is convicted of a Driving While Impaired (DWI). On the low end of the spectrum a person would generally receive a sentence that includes a fine up to $200.00 plus court cost, likely probation, which will include the defendant obtaining a substance abuse assessment and the recommended treatment, and 24 hours of community service in order for the defendant to have his driver’s license restored. The suspension of the individual driver’s license would be for a year but the person could obtain a limited driving privilege for work, school, and substance abuse treatment during that time period. Additionally, there could be more penalties from the DMV for a DWI conviction, depending upon your driving record.
Under North Carolina law, if you have been convicted of a DWI, the level of punishment that you will fact is based upon the existence and balancing of grossly aggravating factors, aggravating factors, or mitigating factors.