Charged with a DWI in Wake County?
Call John McWilliam
The Raleigh DWI Lawyer
Being charged with a DWI can be one of the most frightening experiences of your life. The State of North Carolina has declared an all-out war on drunk driving, and will stop at nothing, including enacting unconstitutional laws, in its relentless effort to gain convictions in every single case.
Loss of license, loss of your job, loss of income, loss of freedom: These are just some of the possible consequences of a DWI conviction in North Carolina.
Just because you’ve been charged with a DWI, doesn’t mean you’re guilty. In fact, you’re presumed to be innocent, and that’s exactly how we intend for you to remain. There may be grounds for a dismissal of the charge against you. There may be grounds for suppression of evidence that might result in a dismissal or verdict of not guilty. You simply may have a case that needs to be pled not guilty and tried.
We will conduct a thorough analysis of your case from start to finish: from combing through police reports to pulling preventive maintenance logs on the breathalyzer machine, from analyzing the stop to reviewing videos before they mysteriously disappear, from picking apart the field sobriety tests to scrutinizing the terms of release, and so on. All for the purpose of unearthing the issue or issues that might result in a dismissal or a verdict of not guilty.
Call John McWilliam, The Raleigh DWI Lawyer, for a FREE Consultation at (919) 772-4000.
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