Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI)

Penalties for misdemeanor driving while impaired in North Carolina can be extremely severe, the maximum sentence being three years in prison. If convicted, there are license suspensions and points to consider, community service requirements, substance abuse assessments, and procedures to follow before being relicensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles. There are many factors involved in DWI cases that may change the outcome of the overall case, options that should be carefully considered before entering a courtroom and deciding how to proceed with your case.

Call our office today to consult with an attorney to know and understand your rights fully and the impact of a DWI conviction on your criminal record and driver’s license.


Practicing in this Field

John C. Phillips

Partner, Attorney at Law

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