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How Are DWIs Punished in North Carolina: Litigating Factors vs. Aggravating Factors

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According to information from the North Carolina Court System, roughly 60,000 driving while impaired charges are issued annually. Learn more about DWIs in North Carolina in this presentation.

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How Are DWIs Punished in North Carolina: Litigating Factors vs. Aggravating Factors

  1. 1. Fines Fees Mandatory jail time Probation
  2. 2. License revocation or suspension Community service Mandatory alcohol treatment programs Continuous alcohol-monitoring devices
  3. 3. A BAC of 0.15 or higher An accident caused by negligent driving Operating a vehicle with a revoked license Speeding of 30 miles per hour or more over the posted speed limit
  4. 4. Eluding and fleeing from a law enforcement officer Passing a stopped school bus Having two or more serious traffic convictions Dangerous or reckless driving
  5. 5. 636 Court Street Jacksonville, 28540 Phone: 910.347.0161 Content provided by: Best Legal Practices

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