DWI

 

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, Garner, & Bruner, P.A.

 

 

Questions?

 

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