Post-Trial Driving Privileges

Join Michael Fradin of Dummit Fradin as he covers what is needed to gain post DWI trial driving privileges in North Carolina.

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After a trial in instances where there is a DWI conviction, the first thing that happens is that your license will be suspended for one year or more. You can get post-trial limited driving privileges in North Carolina if you meet a certain set of requirements. You must have a valid driver’s license, no prior DWI convictions within the last seven years, fill out a new DL 123 insurance form, undergo an alcohol assessment, and provide an employer letter. Driving is limited to maintenance of the household only.

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