If you are in a car accident, you may feel disoriented or confused, even if there is no injury. It is never a good idea to say anything about who is at fault at this time. Let’s look at what to say and do after a car accident that is not your fault.
With a DWI conviction in NC, there is always a period of time that you lose your license. In some cases, a habitual offender is allowed to drive only if they are driving an auto that has an ignition interlock device. Learn about what an ignition interlock device is and how it works to control driving while impaired.
If you already have a DWI conviction, you know what it is like to face fines, community service hours, a suspended license, or even jail time. You also have experience with others treating you as less than because of your criminal record. Let’s look at if and when it is possible to leave a DWI behind for good.
In North Carolina, if a law enforcement officer has reasonable suspicion to pull you over and give you a breathalyzer test, you could potentially be charged with “Driving While Impaired.” Learn more about what the DWI charge means and how it can affect your life.