The unofficial end of summer is already this coming Monday, and with that comes beer, BBQs, and the beach. As you know, law enforcement officers in North Carolina tend to increase their patrol over NC roads, which can lead to a greater chance of being pulled over for speeding and for DWIs.
What’s the best way to beat a DWI? Obviously, don’t drive after you have been drinking. North Carolina is notoriously tough with drunk driving charges. Before you put the keys in the ignition, consider calling an Uber or taxi.
If you do find yourself with a DWI charge after Labor Day weekend, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible. In Wake County, all DWIs are for trial or for plea. DWIs are rarely, if almost never, dismissed at the will of the District Attorney. The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel have handled many DWIs in Wake County and can help navigate you through the process to mitigate damages to your reputation and bank account.
A DWI isn’t something you should ever handle on your own. Contact Wiley Nickel or Kristi Haddock at (919) 585-1486 to discuss how we can help you with your traffic charges.