Fayetteville First-Time DWI Attorney
Defending Clients Accused of Drunk Driving
One momentary decision to operate a vehicle while you are under the influence
of alcohol or drugs can change your life forever. At the Plyler Law Firm,
P.A., we understand that your criminal charges are the result of a mistake
you made. Charges for drunk driving can be frightening, but it is important
to take steps to effectively prevent a conviction. A
Fayetteville DWI lawyer from our firm can help you fight the charges against you and can answer
all of your questions. We can provide you with the knowledgeable defense
you need to protect yourself from the ramifications of a conviction for
driving while intoxicated (DWI).
Facts About First-Time DWI Charges
For a first conviction in North Carolina, your offense can result in a
driver's license suspension of one year. You may also face between 24 hours and 24 months of imprisonment,
depending on whether aggravating factors are involved, and a fine of up
to $2,000. An ignition interlock device (IID) is not required for first-offense
DWI unless your blood alcohol content (BAC) level is 0.15% or higher.
An arrest for a DWI does not automatically mean that you will be convicted.
A Fayetteville first-time DWI attorney from our firm can help you if you
have been arrested under suspicion of driving while impaired. We can execute
a thorough investigation to determine whether errors have been made by
the police or prosecutor. Errors could include lack of maintenance on
a breathalyzer or mistakes administering a
field sobriety test or in handling of evidence. If you feel that you have been wrongly accused
of DWI, it is imperative that you obtain a case evaluation from our firm.
Contact us today!