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Implications of DWI Charge

If you are charged with DWI that in no way means you will or should be found guilty.  The charge is just a beginning step in the process of determining if you should be convicted.  Every individual case will vary but there are almost challenges of the evidence that...

CAM and DWI

North Carolina authorizes the use of continuous alcohol monitoring systems (CAM) to monitor the alcohol use of someone on probation for the most serious DWI. The CAM is placed on a person’s ankle and transmits readings that indicate alcohol use. This was authorized...

Underage DWI Penalties

A conviction for DWI has serious consequence for anyone but if you are under the age of 21 some of the consequences may be longer lasting.  North Carolina does not allow any tolerance for those under the age of 21 to consume any amount of alcohol and drive.  Therefore...

DWI Conviction and Parole

In North Carolina if someone is convicted of a level 1 DWI he or she may receive 24 months in prison.   He or she should be eligible for parole after 2.4 months as long as he or she receives a full award of good time credit and has gone to substance abuse treatment...

DWI while in the Military

In addition to facing harsh penalties imposed by the state of North Carolina for DWI those who are in the military face even more consequences.  If someone is considering joining the military a conviction for DWI may prevent him or her from being able to pursue such a...