Multiple Drunk Driving Convictions Has Serious Consequences

It Is Smart To Work With Knowledgeable DWI Attorneys

In North Carolina, as with other states, if you have a conviction of driving while intoxicated (DWI) on your record and get arrested for drunk driving again, the consequence can be severe. Potential punishments increase in severity with each charge. You could face fines, expensive insurance increases, lose your license and even face jail time. Working with a skilled attorney is imperative to protect your driving privileges and your freedom.

At the law office of Macht & Schechet, PLLC, we are prepared to protect your rights and help you face charges of a subsequent DWI. Our lawyers can examine the nature of your case, your drunk driving history and explain all available options. We will fight to get your charges reduced and prepare your case for trial, if need be.

From our office in Asheville, we represents clients facing repeat drunk driving charges in Buncombe County and all the surrounding counties in Western North Carolina.

DWI Habitual Offenders

North Carolina law deems you a habitual DWI offender if you are convicted of three or more offenses within a 10-year span. However, the state has an obligation to prove the prior DWIs occurred and occurred within a 10-year period. We can pull all prior offenses and determine whether they were valid judgments.

There are also special procedures for handling felony drunk driving charges, and we can ensure that your rights are protected. We can assess if police violated your rights in the handling of your arrest. Our lawyers are dedicated to working hard to secure the results our clients need. We care about your case, freedom and future.

We Can Handle Your Case And Protect Your Rights

Whether you face your first DWI or your fourth, it is important to work with attorneys who know how to minimize the impact on your life. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 828-252-0002 or use our online contact form. If your loved one is in jail under suspicion of being a habitual DWI offender, we can go to there to speak with him or her.