If you or a family member are charged with a DUI/ DWI or a traffic offense, it is important to understand what’s at stake.  Whether it’s a misdemeanor or a felony, the potential consequences if you’re convicted can negatively affect your life for a long time.  Some consequences could follow you for the rest of your life. And on top of all that, you only have one chance to get it right. You’ll need a good North Carolina criminal defense lawyer.


Good Lawyers can:

  • Thoroughly investigate what you’re accused of and what happened

  • Protect your rights

  • Explain the criminal or traffic process and your options

  • Defend you at hearings and trial

  • File appeals if necessary

  • Above all else, fight for you

We get it.  And we can help.  Under North Carolina law, even a basic traffic offense can be a serious legal matter.  If you’re faced with a DUI/DWI charge or traffic ticket, it may feel like no one is on your side and the odds are stacked against you.  Our skilled criminal defense lawyers will work hard to protect your rights and make sure you understand all your legal options. When it comes to your license and life, no charge is too small; if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.

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Types of Traffic Offenses We Handle

Traffic offenses can range from criminal charges for DUI/DWI to simple speeding tickets.  Some of the most common types of traffic offenses we defend are:

  • Speeding tickets

  • DUI/DWI (driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated)

  • Driving without proper registration

  • Driving with a suspended or revoked license

  • Vehicular manslaughter

  • Reckless driving

  • Driving while texting


Consequences of Traffic Offenses

Whether it’s a misdemeanor or felony, the potential consequences if you are convicted of a crime, including traffic offenses, can be severe.  If you are convicted, the consequences of that conviction could include:

  • Serving a jail or prison sentence

  • Losing your driver’s license if you are convicted of a DUI/DWI or drug offense

  • Paying fines and court fees

  • Increased insurance premiums

  • Obtaining a permanent criminal record that can affect applying for jobs and renting an apartment

  • Losing federal benefits or financial aid

  • Losing your immigration status, being denied citizenship, or possibly facing deportation

  • Losing professional licensing status if you are a nurse, lawyer, doctor, or teacher


Our prices

For transparent, upfront pricing on what we charge to defend you in your DUI/DWI or traffic offense, please click below.


Legal guides

For more free information about traffic offenses and the defense process, please click below for our in-depth legal guides that explain many of those topics.