Q: What if I have more than one DWI charge?
A: There is a $100 State Mandated fee for each DWI charge. This fee includes the required Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) – you should not pay more than a $100 per assessment to any provider – if you do – that’s fraudulent on their behalf.
Q: Why is it important to have my DWI Assessment completed prior to going to court?
A: Having completed your DWI Assessment will remove 1 of your mitigating factors against your charge.
Q: Does everyone have to complete classes for their DWI conviction?
A: Yes, if you are convicted of your DWI charge you MUST complete your classes prior to your Limited Privilege EXPIRING or you will not be able to reinstate your license.
Q: Can I get my license back prior to the 30 days that my license have been taken?
A: Yes, you may get your license back in 10 days if you submit $100 to the Clerk of Court and if you complete your DWI Assessment.
Q: How much is a Limited Driving Privilege?
A: There is a $100 fee you must pay to the Clerk of Court. Additionally, you must complete the Post Limited Driving Privilege form; if you are not able to complete the form – I suggest you inquire with your attorney regarding the fee to complete it for you.
Q: Will I lose my license for 45 days if I am convicted of my DWI?
A: Yes. You cannot drive for 45 days if convicted. You may drive on the 46th day if you have a Limited Driving Privilege.
Q: Who is required to have the Interlock (blow box) on their vehicles?
A: Anyone who blows .15 or higher and /or if you have 2 DWI’s within 7 years.
Q: Is A DWI conviction considered as a criminal offense?
A: Yes, a DWI conviction is a criminal charge and will show indefinitely on your criminal history and on your motor vehicle report.
Q: Can I have my DWI conviction expunged?
Q: What if I refused to blow when asked by the officer?
A: You will lose your license for a minimum of 6 months. After 6 months you can have your attorney schedule a DWI Review Hearing to try and obtain a Limited Driving Privilege for you.
Q: Can I be charged for DWI if I was smoking marijuana?
Q: Can I beharged with a DWI if I am prescribed medication?
Q: Can I be charged with a DWI if I was under the influence of an illegal drug (cocaine, heroin, meth, opiates, MDMA, etc.)?
Q: How much is a Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) Assessment?
A: DWLR fee is a state mandated fee of $100.
Q: What if I get a DWLR prior to getting my license reinstated from my DWI Conviction?
A: Your date of conviction for your DWI Conviction will start all over from the DATE of your DWLR CONVICTION DATE.
Q: What if I was driving through NC and I was charged with a DWI, can I still assist you with your DWI charge?
A: Yes, it is called an Out-of-State Review assessment.