CHAPEL HILL AND RALEIGH AREA DUI / DWI LAWYERS
In North Carolina, a conviction for Driving While Impaired (DWI / DUI) is a serious matter that can include up to 24 months in prison and a fine up to $4,000 (See DWI Sentencing Guidelines). Under the best circumstances, a conviction for DWI will result in license revocation for one year. If you have been charged with drunk driving, you need a DWI lawyer who has experience handling these cases, is familiar with the law, and will advocate aggressively on your behalf.
Everett Law Firm, P.A will investigate the viability of the claim against you and exhaust every option available to minimize your exposure to penalties. If you have been charged with drunk driving, you need a DWI defense lawyer who has experience handling these cases, is knowledgeable on the current law, understands the county court procedures, and will advocate aggressively on your behalf. Our lawyers have extensive experience negotiating plea arrangements and conducting court trials.
At Everett Law Firm, P.A., in Chapel Hill, we can help. Our attorneys will assist you in navigating the DWI process and make every attempt to obtain the best possible outcome for you. Contact us today for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.
In some exceptional instances, a DWI charge can be dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense when there are particularly compelling facts in favor of the defendant. Our attorneys can protect you from inadmissible evidence that can damage your case. We will perform a detailed examination of the various activities that occurred during the course of your arrest, including: the basis surrounding your traffic stop, the probable cause for arrest, the administration of field sobriety tests, and a number of other factors that could affect the legal outcome of your case. If your rights have been violated, our firm can assist you in examining your legal options and challenging your DWI.
With an office located in Chapel Hill, we are conveniently located near Duke University, UNC, North Carolina State, and North Carolina Central University, to offer accessible legal advocacy to college students facing a DWI or underage drinking and driving charge. Further, if your School Honor Court has contacted you regarding an Honor Code Violation resulting from your charges, do not discuss anything with the Honor System Investigator until you have spoken with a licensed attorney.
For a thorough case evaluation and assessment from a knowledgeable DWI lawyer, contact us today for a free initial consultation. We will help you determine the best approach for your DWI defense to help you avoid license suspension and jail time.