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Driving While Impaired (DWI) Defense in Fayetteville, NC


Serving Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Fort Bragg, and all of Cumberland County

Dont drink and drive — DWI Defense in Fayetteville, NC
Don't drink and drive! If you've had too much, call a friend, family member, or taxi to take you home. But if you've been charged with driving while impaired (DWI), also known as driving under the influence (DUI), then you are facing some very serious consequences.

Not only is your privilege to drive at stake, your freedom is also at risk as the maximum punishment for a DWI conviction is 3 years in prison, depending on the circumstances. Attorney Adam Barrington and Attorney Bruce Armstrong collectively have years of experience defending those accused of driving while subject to an impairing substance.

Driving While Impaired is codified in North Carolina General Statutes 20-138.1 and following. Defending a DWI takes skill, finesse, and the ability to exploit every mistake made by law enforcement and every advantage under each circumstance. We take into account your past
criminal background and driving history and develop a strategy to best meet your needs and desires for the disposition of your case. We are qualified to put you in the best possible position for the best possible outcome of your case.
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Benefits of Retaining Me As Your Attorney

  • Waiver of Personal Appearance – In a typical case, I may be able to make most of your court appearances for you so that you will not have to miss work or school while your case progresses through the justice system. In many instances, my clients only have to be in court for trial/disposition.
  • Reasonable Fees – My legal fees are competitive with other attorneys in Cumberland County.
  • Convenience – I can tailor a flexible payment plan to suit your needs within certain parameters. Payments can be made in the form of cash, check, credit card or money order.
  • Personal Attention – I have a very “hands on” approach to client intake and case management. I attempt to return all phone calls to me within 4 business hours. You will also get my direct email address.
  • Peace of Mind – You can rest easy knowing that your case will get my personal attention and that I will aggressively represent your interests.

Call Armstrong & Barrington PLLC for DWI Defense

If you have the misfortune of being charged with a DWI, contact Fayetteville DWI Lawyer Adam Barrington or Bruce Armstrong at 910-433-2000 to setup a free consultation to discuss your case.