All 50 states currently have .08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit for non-commercial drivers. If you operate a vehicle with a BAC level of .08% or greater, you can be charged with driving while impaired (DWI), also known as driving under the influence (DUI). For commercially licensed drivers, the legal limit is considerably lower at .04% BAC. For drivers under the age of 21, any alcohol concentration can lead to a charge of DWI.
North Carolina DWI laws and sentencing structures are some of the most complicated and severe in the country. Law enforcement and prosecutors relentlessly seek and prosecute intoxicated drivers on North Carolina highways. As a result, arrests for DWI in W.N.C . are common amongst individuals of all walks of life. If you or a loved one is charged with DWI/DUI it is in your best interest that you contact a lawyer experienced in DWI defense immediately. Nathan is very experienced in DUI law and has tried hundreds of DUI cases during his career. He is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, assuring that he is up to date on all the latest trends, case law and trial techniques that allows for Nathan’s cases to benefit from the best possible outcome in their cases. DUI law is complex with Constitutional Fourth and Fifth Amendment issues often present. Many cases involve the imperfect “science” blood testing for various types of controlled substance. Nathan has completed multiple classes taught by the same individuals that have trained law enforcement officers on how to conduct a DUI investigation. This training and his extensive trial experience allow Nathan to dissect the State’s case against you with a surgeon’s precision. An experienced attorney who understands the science, the law and the officers training can be the difference between guilty and not guilty. Nathan does not charge for a consult in DUI cases. Give him a call and speak with him about your case today.