Independence Day celebrations are a big deal around North Carolina. People tend to go out to parties. Barbeques. Pools. They go boating. There’s a lot of eating, a lot of fireworks… and often, a lot of drinking.
DWI charges are not something that you want to carry around with you for the rest of your life. Even if the charge or conviction was the result of a one-time mistake, it can still hang in the back of Continue reading
We’ve all seen the advertisements and billboards warning us against DWI. Not only does driving under the influence put everyone on the road in danger, the costs of getting a DWI are far from being worth the crime.
Exactly how Continue reading
We all know that the legal limit for driving under the influence is .08, but what exactly does that mean? What does it feel like to have a .08 BAC? How can you tell what your blood alcohol content might Continue reading
Getting in a car is the riskiest thing you can do. Seriously. Auto accidents are the number one cause of death for Americans under the age of 34, killing 40,000 people each year.
Sharing the road with a drunk driver, Continue reading
When you think of why you should not drink and drive, what pops into your head? Safety? The fatality rate of drunk driving accidents? The embarrassment of getting caught? You might think about the time and effort that it takes Continue reading
North Carolina takes driving while impaired (DWI) very seriously. If you are caught with a blood alcohol content above the legal limit, you will be arrested and charged with DWI – even if you are a member of law enforcement. Continue reading
Getting pulled over on suspicion of a DUI – driving under the influence – can be a scary experience. You definitely didn’t think you’d be stopped, and you probably assumed you weren’t that drunk to drive. But now that you’re Continue reading
Drunk driving is a serious offense no matter where you are, but the laws in North Carolina are especially harsh if you’re caught. Not only will a drunk driving conviction take a toll on your wallet, but it will also Continue reading