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