Background and Experience
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.
Robert J. Reeves
301 South McDowell Street Suite 814
Charlotte, NC 28204