DWI/DUI Defense and Traffic Citations in Fayetteville, NC
Serving Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Fort Bragg, and all of Cumberland County
The Fayetteville DWI attorneys and Traffic Citation Lawyers at Armstrong & Barrington PLLC have years of experience handling a variety of traffic matters, such as the very serious Driving While Impaired (DWI or DUI) to the relatively minor citation for a fender bender.
The offense of Driving While Impaired or DWI (aka DUI in other states) occurs when one operates a motor vehicle on a public vehicular area while subject to an impairing substance. These cases are very complex. You need someone with experience to help you navigate these troubled waters.
Traffic citations abound in Cumberland County. Often referred to as home of the worst drivers around, those behaviors often result in citations for speeding, stop sign or stop light violations, reckless driving, and hit and run, just to name a few. The attorneys at Armstrong & Barrington PLLC can help you minimize or often eliminate long term consequences, such as insurance increases.
Traffic offenses and DWIs occurring on federal property, such as Ft. Bragg Military Reservation, are prosecuted in Federal Court. These cases are handled in a very different manner than state offenses. Attorney Adam Barrington can assist you with your federal traffic or DWI matter.
With more than 85 public schools and countless private schools in Cumberland County, school zones abound in our area. Add to that the hundreds of school buses on the road each day and you have a recipe for citations for speeding in a school zone and passing a stopped school bus. There are heightened penalties for these violations, so you need an attorney on your side to help you through it.
Police officers can find many reasons for citing drivers with reckless driving, from unsafe passing to squealing tires to excessive speeding. Speed competition is much more serious. These offenses must be handled with care to prevent long-term adverse consequences from affecting your ability to drive and your wallet. Call us today to determine the best way out of your situation.
Your driver's license can be revoked for anything from missing a court date to failing to pay a court cost to conviction for a DWI. Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) is a serious charge that can carry jail time. If you don't have a valid North Carolina drivers license, we can help! Call us today so that we can get you back on the road - legally!