Klish and Eldreth, PLLC
DWI Lawyer in Raleigh, NC
A startling number of people are killed each year due to car accidents caused by driving under the influence of alcohol. Because of that, the laws against DWIs are becoming stricter with each passing year. Are you looking for a trusted DWI lawyer in Raleigh, NC to review your case and provide experienced counsel? If you've been charged with or convicted of DWI in Raleigh, NC and need quality representation, contact our team of Raleigh DWI lawyers today for consultation.
DWI is a charge that is reserved for persons caught operating a vehicle while intoxicated with alcohol, under the influence of illegal narcotics and/or certain prescription drugs. The definition of intoxication varies from state to state. Each state has a legal limit for blood alcohol content. DWI is referring to cases where the driver of the vehicle has an elevated blood alcohol content that is above the legal limit. DWIs can result in jail time and/or limited driving privileges. If you've made the mistake of driving while intoxicated or under the influence, be sure to consult with legal representation.
Finding the right legal representation when charged with the crime of driving while intoxicated can be stressful, in and of itself. Knowing that you've committed a crime that could lead to jail time is even more stressful and troublesome. Enlisting the best possible legal representation can mean many things. If you are in need of an experienced DWI lawyer in Raleigh, NC, contact us today. Be sure to present us with the following information, should you need our legal services for DWI:
- The original ticket that you were given when you were stopped.
- A copy of your arrest record that shows the exact charges that you will be facing, if it’s available.
- Any other paperwork you may have been given by the arresting officer or Jail.
- If you were bonded out of Jail, be sure to take the paperwork showing the details.
- Take any and all court notifications pertaining to court dates or continuances.
Due to the unlawful act of driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated, you may find yourself in trouble with the Court and the DMV. In some cases, offenders may be granted a limited driving privilege. That means that you may be able to drive to work, school, or other important and essential places that ensure you keep your job and/or personal commitments. If you've been charged with or convicted of a DWI, please call us today and ask to speak with one of our Raleigh DWI lawyers. We can help you keep your license, even if it's limited driving time only.Contact us today.