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Can you get a DWI when you’re under the limit?

The legal limit for driving after consuming alcohol is generally a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08%. There are some cases in which drivers will have lower limits. For instance, commercial drivers typically have lower limits, as do drivers who are under 21 years...

4 common myths about driving under the influence

Driving under the influence of alcohol or a substance puts the safety of the public in jeopardy. While many laws prohibit drinking under the influence, and many tests evaluate people's blood alcohol content (BAC), that doesn't stop many people from thinking they can...

Are DUI checkpoints legal?  

Fall is here and that means football games, haunted hayrides and harvest festival season are underway. This means that the police will be setting up sobriety checkpoints throughout the country. Their aim is to identify impaired drivers in order to keep the roadways...

Tips for talking to the police during a traffic stop

Getting pulled over by the police can be nerve-racking. People often feel stressed, especially if they're worried about getting a DUI or something of this nature. But you need to be very careful when dealing with the police. Not only is there an inherent level of...

Reasonable suspicion in DWI cases

Across North Carolina, law enforcement plays a crucial role in detecting and preventing criminal activity. However, they cannot act in an arbitrary manner. There is a constant balancing act between protecting the individual liberties of citizens and taking proactive...

Can you legally drive while on medication?

When driving while impaired (DWI) comes under discussion, people often focus solely on the alcohol aspect of the offense. It’s important to note that DWI charges in North Carolina apply to alcohol, controlled substances as well as prescribed medications. The penalties...