Fighting To Protect Your Right To Drive

In North Carolina, a drunk driving charge carries potential consequences that can affect many areas of your life, including your right to drive. This is more than just a simple inconvenience — it is a threat to your ability to work, transport your children and meet your daily needs. That is why it is so important to seek a strong legal defense against DWI charges as soon as possible. At Brannen & Walker, Attorneys at Law, we are knowledgeable traffic violation defense attorneys.

If your license was suspended or revoked after a drunk driving arrest, we will work diligently to build a strong defense and fight for a beneficial outcome for you. We can explain the potential for restoring limited driving privileges and how the process works. We know that your right to drive is essential to your well-being, and we will pursue every avenue to protect your driving privileges.

Limited Driving Privileges May Be An Option For You

State laws sometimes allow drivers to seek limited driving privileges after a drunk driving arrest or a serious speeding ticket. There are specific eligibility requirements, but we can explain how you may qualify. The intent of limited driving privileges is to allow a person to drive for the following reasons:

  • Employment purposes
  • Household maintenance
  • Transportation to school
  • Attendance at a court-ordered treatment program
  • Emergency medical treatment
  • Attendance at religious services

After a DWI arrest, we will work quickly to evaluate your situation and help you pursue limited driving privileges. Our goal is to help you restore a sense of normalcy in your life during your defense.

Protecting Your Interests On And Off The Road

We know what is at stake after the loss of your license. In addition to helping you confront any drunk driving charge, we will help you seek the limited driving privileges you need. After a DWI, you deserve to know your rights and options, and we are prepared to provide the experienced guidance you deserve.

We are ready to discuss your case and explain your defense options. You can call our Concord office at 704-594-4128 or email us to make an appointment with a lawyer. We are proud to offer legal services in English and Spanish.