North Carolina law makes it unlawful for an individual impaired by alcohol, drugs, or medication to operate a motor vehicle. State District Attorneys fervently prosecute DWI cases, with convictions resulting in the automatic revocation of driving privileges. In addition, a DWI conviction will result in possible punishments including fines, community service, probation, and potentially an active sentence in jail.
If you have been charged with driving while impaired, contact Moser & Bruner, P.A.
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