Although a person charged with a crime in North Carolina and all other states is presumed innocent unless and until proved guilty in court, the fact of the matter is that just being accused of the crime often has immediate and long-lasting effects. It is understandable that one who finds him or herself charged with an offense related to alcohol would want to seek clarification on the issues at hand. Regardless of what has led to your arrest, you have right to seek legal representation in the matter.
If you are pulled over by police under suspicion of driving while impaired, your driving privileges could become limited or revoked. Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A. is ready to help you fight to retain your driving privileges and limit the consequences of your arrest. Our experienced defense lawyers are able to assist you as you prepare your case for court. You may direct any questions or concerns you have to a member of our legal team, and he or she will provide answers and guidance.
A person accused of a crime still has rights. Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A. is dedicated to helping you protect those rights and effectively defend your case before the court. We can also assist you in requesting an administrative hearing within 10 days of your arrest in order to determine if you are able to keep your driver's license. We understand that, for some people, finances are severely limited, but we do not wish this to keep you from reaching out to us for help.
Our North Carolina team is ready and willing to discuss your situation and create a plan for you to receive legal guidance within your means. Calling the office of Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry is the first step in working toward a positive outcome in your case. Our attorneys have a sophisticated understanding of the law and, when alcohol is a factor in the details of your case, you can depend on them to thoroughly assess your situation and develop an effective plan of action.