Our office is adept in handling DWI charges in multiple counties throughout North Carolina, including Cleveland County, Gaston County, and Lincoln County. We believe it is our responsibility to do everything possible to insure that you achieve the best possible results for your case.
Why you need an attorney
Before you decide to simply plead guilty, we want to make sure you understand that a driving while impaired charge, if not handled properly, can have severe long-term consequences and, depending on your record, could even result in a three-year prison sentence, a permanently revoked license, or a significant increase in your car insurance costs.
A driving while impaired charge can be a very serious and complicated matter that can have significant consequences in every aspect of your life. Even if you plan to plead guilty, we can walk you through the process and insure that you receive the minimal sentence possible.
What we will look into
Questions we will consider in looking into your case include:
Did the officer have sufficient reason to stop you?
Did the officer conduct sufficient tests to show impairment?
Did the officer properly conduct tests to show impairment?
If your license is suspended, we can also assist you in obtaining a limited driving privilege so you can continue to drive to work and for other purposes as allowed by statute.
If you have received a prior DWI charge that was not handled properly, we can help resolve any issues that may still be outstanding.
Free Phone or Email consultation
In order to best serve you, we would like to offer you a free phone call or e-mail assessment of your case. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (704) 470-2440 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your case and learn what to expect. We are here to serve you and we believe that you will find our fees to be very reasonable. We have flexible payment options as well and accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. We appreciate your business and look forward to working with you to help you acquire the best disposition possible for your case.