Matthew Smith has represented clients from the time of their arrest and testing at the jail to their District Court trials, Superior Court appeals and subsequent DMV hearings. He attends hours of continuing education classes each year to maintain current and advanced knowledge about DWI laws and trends. In the event you are convicted, there are many steps you should take prior to court. With all DWI convictions, the court will evaluate several mitigating and aggravating factors in order to sentence you. These sentencing guidelines are regulated by the State of North Carolina, and I can help put you in the best possible position for your sentencing hearing before the court.
Miranda J Mills has extensive experience providing aggressive defense representation for drivers charged with DWI. She believes that you deserve more than just finding the best way to plead guilty. A good DWI defense challenges everything about your arrest, from the initial probable cause for the traffic stop, to the breath test and how you were treated at the police station. She will do everything she can to fight for a full dismissal of charges or have your charges reduced to a dry violation. When you are charged with DWI, you face up to two years in jail if you are found guilty.
Getting arrested or charged with a crime is not easy for anyone. It is normal to feel frightened and uncertain in these circumstances. However, it is also important to understand that you have a limited amount of time to address this problem if you want to minimize the damage to your life – both now and in the future. As a former Assistant District Attorney, Anna M. Goodwin is well equipped to construct a solid criminal defense for you. She can help you with DWI, drug, or traffic offenses. When you are facing DWI charges time is not on your side. It is important to contact a DWI attorney immediately to begin building a case in your defense. The longer you wait the more difficult your case becomes.
If you have been arrested in North Carolina for a DWI, you face severe penalties that could have a long-lasting impact on your life, especially if you have any prior DWI/DUI convictions. You can go to jail, pay heavy fines, lose your license and see your insurance premiums skyrocket. At Reece & Reece, Attorneys at Law, they don’t want you to rush into paying a ticket, admitting guilt or waiving important rights that are guaranteed to you under our state and federal constitutions. You can rely on DWI Attorney Michael Reece to provide sound legal advice and representation based on their legal knowledge and experience representing the accused in Johnston County traffic ticket and criminal cases.
Patrick Roberts is a DWI defense attorney. He solves problems for his clients and their families, fixing challenging situations under difficult circumstances. Mr. Roberts strives to defend people who have been charged with a DWI in state and federal courts across North Carolina and throughout the country. After spending several years as a prosecutor, He decided to start his own law firm in 2007, and has been passionately defending the accused ever since. Each day, every day, Mr. Roberts works tirelessly to master his craft and to better serve the people he represents. Mr. Roberts' job performance directly affects peoples' lives and he take pride in that. Success in criminal defense means changing lives by what he does on a daily basis.
Chas Post handles the firms DWI cases. Mr. Post prides himself on bringing a comprehensive knowledge of the law to the representation of his clients. In October of 2011, Mr. Post received a Certificate of Training from Drugs & Alcohol Risk Management, Inc. for his participation in the 24-hour National Highway Traffic Safety Administration DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Program. This Certificate of Training requires the same training law enforcement officers undergo to learn to spot and arrest motorists suspected of driving while impaired. Contact Sanford DWI lawyer Chas Post and find out what your legal options are after an arrest for a DWI.
Attorney Robert J Reeves knows how to defend his clients from the conviction of a DWI conviction. Being arrested and charged with a North Carolina DWI is a serious offense, although it is a misdemeanor. For the State to convict an individual of DWI, they must have evidence, such as sobriety testing and chemical blood or breath testing, that prove the defendant was intoxicated. Your first trial will be in front of a judge in District Court. Judges in North Carolina are publicly elected. They are commonly former prosecutors, and they answer to their constituents. They are under significant pressure from the press and groups like MADD to treat NC DWI cases very strictly.
Kevin Marcilliat believes that you deserve more than just finding the best way to plead guilty. A good DWI defense challenges everything about your arrest, from the initial probable cause for the traffic stop, to the breath test and how you were treated at the police station. We do everything we can to fight for a full dismissal of charges or have your charges reduced to a dry violation. When you are charged with DWI, you face up to two years in jail if you are found guilty. Before you panic, though, we want you to know that we are nearly always successful helping our clients obtain a penalty that results in an alternative sentence or program that doesn't include jail.
Criminal Defense Lawyer, Roger Smith is dedicated to protecting the rights of clients. He understands the impact that a DWI conviction may have on your life, and fervently advocates on your behalf to minimize the legal and financial implications. If you have been charged with a DWI, he is available to put his skills and experience to work for you. He has the requisite experience to examine critical DWI factors in your case such as probable cause, the aspects of the traffic stop and the arrest, any procedural or technical errors on the part of law enforcement, and any other relevant factors that may impact the standard of proof for a DWI conviction. He will examine your case and do everything possible to dismiss or win your DWI case.
We have searched to find attorneys/lawyers who are experienced with DUI law and who know how to deal with the effects of being arrested for DUI. These top-rated attorneys focus a significant portion of their practices to defending those accused of DUI or DWI and they understand that the consequences of a DUI conviction can destroy reputations, families, careers, and finances. They have dedicated themselves to helping people who are in danger of losing much of what they have worked for.
These top rated attorneys are continually learning and staying abreast of the latest changes in DUI laws in the state of North Carolina and have demonstrated an ability to navigate through the various courtrooms. When you have an attorney who is experienced you will feel more confident and calmer than when you are dealing with someone who is a general practice attorney who takes any and all cases.
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