If you are reading this right now it is probably because you or a loved one has been arrested for a DUI in Wake County or Durham County, North Carolina. In North Carolina, DWI and DUI are acronyms commonly used to described the crime of driving with an impairing foreign agent in one’s body and these terms are used interchangeably. When you are arrested for DUI, you need to choose a qualified Raleigh DUI lawyer quickly. A competent and skilled Raleigh DWI Attorney will be able to evaluate your situation and set an effective strategy to get you the best result possible. The experienced driving under the influence attorneys at Wilson Williams Law can answer your questions about DUI law and DUI cases. The driving while impaired attorneys at Wilson Williams Law have successfully represented those charged with DUI / DWI in North Carolina. We welcome your call for DWI and DUI in Wake County and Durham County North Carolina.
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It is important for someone arrested for DUI or Drunk Driving to call a Lawyer within 10 calendar days after the arrest in order to avoid mandatory license suspension consequences. This applies to persons with a North Carolina license as well as those with out-of-state driver’s licenses. We work hard to protect your license at the DMV. In Court, we attack the prosecution’s case, starting with the traffic stop. Under the Constitution of the United States and North Carolina law, the police officer must have had a “reasonable suspicion” that a crime was committed before making the traffic stop. Then, following the roadside investigation, there must have been “probable cause” for the arrest of the driver on suspicion of impaired driving. We look for ways to challenge reasonable suspicion and probable cause, so that we can bring a motion to have evidence suppressed. We go on to examine whether the tests for alcohol or drugs were carried out according to the required protocols, with a proper chain of custody shown for all physical evidence.
For information regarding the penalties of driving while impaired in North Carolina, visit http://www.dmv.org/nc-north-