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In the United States, all 50 states, including North Carolina, have a legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit of 0.08% for non-commercial drivers. Operating a vehicle with a BAC level of 0.08% or higher can result in charges of driving while impaired (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI). Commercially licensed drivers face a stricter limit, with a legal BAC threshold of 0.04%. For individuals under the age of 21, any detectable alcohol concentration can lead to a DWI charge.

North Carolina DWI Lawyer

North Carolina is known for having intricate and stringent DWI laws and sentencing structures. Law enforcement and prosecutors actively pursue and prosecute intoxicated drivers on the state’s highways. Consequently, DWI arrests in Western North Carolina (W.N.C.) are shared across diverse demographics.

If you or a loved one is facing DWI/DUI charges, seeking legal representation is crucial. Nathan, an experienced attorney in DWI defense, has a proven track record, having handled numerous DUI cases throughout his career. As a National College for DUI Defense member, Nathan stays abreast of the latest trends, case law, and trial techniques, ensuring that his clients benefit from the best possible outcomes.

DWI Cases

DWI cases often involve complex Constitutional Fourth and Fifth Amendment issues, including the imperfect “science” of blood testing for various controlled substances. Nathan’s extensive training, including classes taught by experts who train law enforcement officers, allows him to dissect the State’s case with precision.

Free DWI Consultations

Nathan offers free consultations for DUI cases, providing an opportunity for individuals to discuss their cases and explore their legal options. If you are charged with DWI/DUI, don’t hesitate to contact Nathan today to safeguard your rights and build a strong defense strategy. Your choice of an experienced attorney can be the decisive factor between a guilty and not guilty verdict.

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