What is a North Carolina DWI DUI Arrest?
A DWI (Driving While Impaired) in North Carolina occurs when a driver is either suspected to be impaired after failing field sobriety tests or has a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher. An arrest can cost a significant amount of money and time away from work and other places that require transportation. Jail time, fines, and a suspension of a driver’s license are likely consequences of a DWI arrest or conviction and can cause emotional and financial distress. Here at Behavioral Health Intervention Center, we are eager to help you navigate through the process of completing a DWI assessment, satisfying the treatment recommendation, and submitting the necessary paperwork to the DWI to help you get back on track. Reach out to us today if you need help with a dwi arrest or conviction.
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