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What To Do If You've Been Charged with Driving While Licensed Revoked in North Carolina

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It is not uncommon for the following scenario to happen to many drivers in North Carolina: You are pulled over for a simple violation such as speeding or expired tags. After the officer runs your driver’s license, he or she proceeds to tell you that your license has been revoked for some months now, and now you have an additional charge of Driving While License Revoked, which is a ...

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Why Choose Hatley Law Office to Handle your DWI Charge?

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Receiving a Driving While Impaired (DWI) charge in North Carolina can be one of the most stressful times of your life. The next morning, you don't know where to turn and don't know where to start to try to pick up the pieces or seek out legal options.

If you hire Hatley Law Office, we will work to reduce or eliminate the damage that a conviction of Driving ...

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What does a conviction of Driving While Impaired (DWI) look like?

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In North Carolina, there are now 6 levels of sentences for Driving While Impaired since Laura's Law was enacted in 2011. Laura's Law introduced the most severe mandatory sentencing for the most serious offenders of aggravated level one convictions.

Level 2, Level 1, and Level A1 sentences all require jail time. These sentences are imposed often when the state is able to show 1, 2, or more than ...

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What questions should I consider if I've been charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI) in North Carolina?

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If you've been charged with Driving While Impaired, we know that this is is probably one of the most stressful times of your life. You don’t know where to turn and you may feel apprehensive about legal options. Please give us a call today. Together, we can walk through the next steps for developing a strategy and seek to build the best defense available. Our driving while impaired ...

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