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Understanding The Law Surrounding Multiple Drunk Driving Offenses

Extensive legal punishments exist for repeated or aggravated drunk driving charges, and rectifying your situation can be highly complex. Carol Huffman Kendrick is an experienced criminal defense attorney with a reputation for integrity and success. With her legal aid, you can successfully navigate the criminal justice system.

Law Office of Huffman & Kendrick, PLLC, has answers to your repeated DWI questions. Below are some of the most common questions clients ask us. Please note that the only way to ensure these answers are full and complete is to call our office and speak with a lawyer. Individual circumstances may affect how the law applies to your case. Reach us for an appointment at 704-283-1529.

What Is A Habitual DWI Charge?

In North Carolina, when an individual is charged with multiple drunk driving offenses, their charges escalate to a “habitual DWI” charge. In other states, this is sometimes referred to as an “aggravated” DWI charge. A habitual DWI is a felony charge with serious consequences, including at least one year of incarceration and extremely expensive fines. This charge is substantially more serious than a typical DWI.

Can The State Seize My Car After A DWI?

Yes. Under certain factors, including if you receive three DUI charges in a seven-year period, the state has legal grounds to seize your vehicle.

What Happens If I Took A Breathalyzer Test?

Many people think that they cannot fight Breathalyzer test results. However, Breathalyzers are subject to many factors. A poor calibration or improperly administered test may cause inconclusive or unreliable results. Law Office of Huffman & Kendrick, PLLC, is familiar with the science behind Breathalyzers and will fight any improper evidence that results.

Can I Fight These Charges?

Yes. With the help of an experienced attorney, you can fight a habitual DWI allegation. Our firm, founded in 1961, provides extensive criminal defense services to individuals in and around the Monroe area.

How Do I Schedule An Appointment?

You can find a time to talk with our attorney, Carol Huffman Kendrick, by calling the office directly at 704-283-1529 or by sending an email.