If you get convicted of a High Point DWI, you will lose your driver’s license for at least 1 year. If you are charged though, and it is important to note the difference between being charged and convicted, if you are charged then you get your day in court. And with the right experienced High Point DWI attorney, you can possibly avoid conviction. Even if you do get convicted, a qualified High Point DWI attorney that mounts a vigorous defense of your rights is crucial to reducing the penalties. If you are charged with a High Point DWI, you deserve to be represented by a team of legal professionals with over 30 years experience defending clients just like you. So call us today and let us fight for you!
There are 6 different sentencing levels for a High Point DWI charge, with penalties that vary greatly between levels. Your license suspension and your ability to drive will be compromised as a result of a conviction, and the suspension can be anywhere from 1 year up to permanent suspension for habitual offenders. What level you are sentenced at, is a factor in determining if you will be able to get a limited driving privilege during your period of suspension. Even if you are going to be convicted, having a qualified High Point DWI attorney to represent you can help reduce or avoid the penalties. Call us today if you have been charged with a High Point DWI and let us defend you!