Many often believe that if they are charged with a DWI in North Carolina that means they will be convicted of that charge—we at Dummit Fradin want you to know that is not the case!
Any charge leveled against you in Greensboro or by the state of North Carolina is not final by any means. You are well within your rights to be treated as innocent until proven guilty as well fighting against the DWI charge brought against you.
Here at Dummit Fradin, our DWI lawyers believe that every single case is worth defending. And defending well. This is our goal. Every client deserves a solid, knowledgeable DWI defense. You deserve that. We fight hard for your rights, and we know how to do it because we’ve accumulated the years of hard-earned experience that it takes to be a winner. For more information please checkout some of our other DWI articles.
Most are confused about their DWI charge in North Carolina and sometimes the correct answers can be hard to find. For example: many are often under the impression that a DWI in North Carolina means that you have received a charge for Driving While Intoxicated or a DUI, which stands for Driving Under the Influence of alcohol.
In North Carolina a DWI actually stands for Driving While Impaired, which is a charge where you are deemed unable to operate your vehicle in a safe manner while under the effects of drugs, alcohol, or any other substance that hinders your ability to travel safely upon the road.
A DWI charge in Greensboro is a very serious offense and police often go out of their way to establish that you are under the influence using methods that may or may not be reliable indictors of whether you are guilty or not.
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Did the officer who stopped you order you to take a breathalyzer test? Many times those breathalyzer tests can show a false positive based on many other factors other than alcohol. Did the officer who stopped you ask you to perform series of physical tests that you weren’t required to perform in the first place? Many times FSBs, or Field Sobriety Tests, are incorrectly used by police to test your ability to drive that have no bearing on whether or not you can operate a vehicle. These questions among many others are the kinds of questions our attorneys know to ask when it comes to finding out if you were treated fairly during your stop, and the answers to every single one of these questions should be considered when you walk into that courtroom to defend your reputation.