Will I lose my License? – Durham DWI Lawyer
If your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is .08 or greater on a blood or breath test administered by a properly credited personnel or you refused the above-mentioned tests, you can lose your license to drive in the state of North Carolina. A person with a BAC of over .08 will lose their license automatically for 30 days, this is called a civil revocation.
It is important to note that some people may be eligible for a driving privilege after 10 days under a pre-trial driving privilege application.
If for some reason you refused the blood and breath test there is a DMV process and an additional hearing to determine if your license would be revoked for a full one year period based on your refusal. That DMV revocation process, as described above, is completely different and separate from the criminal charge of DWI in the state of North Carolina.
If you discover that you are in need of a DWI lawyer, stop! Take a moment to call several lawyers and find the right one for you. Attorney J. Wallace Pierce understands that you may be feeling overwhelmed and confused about the charges and losing your driving privilege. Call an attorney that will give you answers to your DWI questions and give your case the time and attention it deserves. Attorney Pierce, Durham DWI lawyer, can answer all of your questions regarding you Durham Drunk Driving charge.
Contact Attorney J. Wallace Pierce, a DWI lawyer in Durham, as soon as you are charged with drunk driving. He’ll stand by your side and not in your way!