Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI) Defense
The offense of Driving While Impaired in North Carolina is very complicated!  There are special statutes and rules that apply to Driving While Impaired.  Having legal representation who understand these intricacies is critical to the best defense possible.
Note to EAS - edit/proof everything 
Criminal Consequences of a Driving While Impaired Conviction 
-Sentenced from Level 5 (least severe) to Aggravated Level 1 (most severe)
-A conviction will always remain on an individual's criminal record 
-Possible punishment can include: community service, substance abuse assessment and education classes, fines, continuous alcohol monitoring, probation, and imprisonment 
-Please see the Driving While Impaired sentencing chart at the bottom of this page for additional details

License Consequences of a Driving While Impaired Conviction 
-North Carolina DMV will suspend your license for any Driving While Impaired Conviction
-note to EAS - see green license suspension book

Insurance Consequences of a Driving While Impaired Conviction 
-A North Carolina Driving While Impaired convicition will result in ___  insurance points
 -This translates to a ____% rate increase for 3 years
-In many cases, an insurance carrier may drop or cancel a policy upon a Driving While Impaired conviction 
 
Underage Driving While Impaired
Habitual Driving While Impaired 
Limited Driving Privilege
DMV Hearings
Aid and Abet Driving While Impaired