North Carolina DWI (Driving While Impaired) charges apply to individuals operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you are arrested for this offense, you will be best suited to hire a DWI attorney even if this is your first offense. The Law Office of William Corbett will work to achieve the most favorable outcome. That typically involves a close assessment of every aspect of your case from the reason for the stop to the arrest.
The Law Office of William Corbett has years of experience representing clients in various types of DWI cases and various levels of severity. This familiarity provides out clients with an advantage as we can help them through the entire ordeal. Enlisting the services of William Corbett can bring you the following benefits:
- Close monitoring of your case through all proceedings
- Counsel and advice on your predicament
- A legal strategy for your defense
- Answers to all your legal questions
- Zealous representation during any court appearances
We will stand by your side from start to finish. There are a lot of ways to defend DWI charges that could lead to a dismissal. The burden of proof is on the prosecutor to show that you were guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. Here is a look at a number of defense strategies that could sway the case in your favor:
- Failure to properly collect and document evidence
- Improper field sobriety tests
- No reasonable cause for traffic stop
- Existing health condition impacted breathalyzer test
- Improper breathalyzer calibration
At the Law Office of William Corbett, we know exactly what to look for in a DWI arrest. We will closely study every aspect of your case, and challenge any potential weakness. Additionally, we can also argue on your behalf to try and minimize your punishment if convicted. Also, if you are eligible, we will obtain a limited driving privilege based upon court approval. This will allow you to travel to and from work, and for various other reasons as well.
Fighting for you
As your DWI attorney in North Carolina, we will do all that we can to lead you to the best possible outcome. That includes challenging blood and breathalyzer tests, question witness testimony, examine police reports for weak points and look for any violation of your constitutional rights. This also includes standing by you in court and using every means of defense on your behalf.