Driving While Impaired
Driving while impaired in the state of North Carolina is a very serious offense. Did you know?:
(1) Driving while impaired (DWI) carries serious penalties in North Carolina. If convicted of Driving While Impaired, you may have to serve time in jail and lose your privilege to drive in North Carolina for at least one year?
(2) Your automobile insurance may increase by as much as 450%
If you are cited for a DWI You may feel powerless...You're not! Take control! Know your rights! It may seem like the prosecution holds all the cards. They don't! I can help you even the odds.
Our mission is to provide you with competent legal assistance for traffic ticket violations in the North Carolina Piedmont Triad Area, including helping you to understand:
- How traffic tickets affect your driving privileges
- How traffic tickets affect your auto insurance rates
WHY YOU SHOULD CARE?
Unfortunately, one of the most common ways that people come in contact with the legal system or law enforcement is through the issuance of a traffic ticket. No matter how carefully you drive, the odds are that one day you will receive a traffic citation.
The stress, and inconvenience that can be produced by a blue light in your rearview mirror is staggering. The good news is that whatever your ticket is for, I've likely seen worse.
A simple traffic ticket may cost you far more than court costs and fines. For example, if you pay a ticket for speeding 76mph in a 55mph zone in North Carolina, as an insured North Carolina driver, your insurance rates can increase by as much as 90% for the next three years. That type of financial impact is prohibitive. Also, you may lose your privilege to drive for thirty (30) days, for a conviction of speeding 75mph in a 55mph zone.