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Commonly Asked Questions About Drunk Driving Charges

For more than 30 years, attorney William G. Causey, Jr. has been defending clients in North Carolina and has developed a truly accomplished record. His experience representing the accused is recognized across the state, including his recognition as a North Carolina board-certified state and federal criminal defense specialist. This rare distinction is indicative of his in-depth legal knowledge and trial experience.

To better serve you, our office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions about DUI charges. There is, however, no substitute for personalized legal advice. To talk about your case and specific needs, schedule a free appointment at our Greensboro office.

What Happens To Me If I’m Pulled Over For A DUI?

If a police officer pulls you over under suspicion of drunk driving, you may be asked to perform several field sobriety tests. In North Carolina, if you are asked to submit to sobriety testing, you do have the right to refuse; however, refusal may not be your best option. Comply with the officer and ask for an attorney as soon as possible. DUI is a criminal charge that leads to arrest, and potentially incarceration and fines.

Can The State Take My Car?

In some cases, the state may confiscate your vehicle or suspend your license. This may be for temporary impoundment or for full surrender. If you are concerned about ways to protect your independence and mobility, ask our team about challenging state seizure laws.

Is There Any Way To Fight A Breathalyzer Test?

Yes. Breathalyzers are not infallible, they are machines and require regular maintenance. They can provide false results depending on several factors, including improper calibration. William G. Causey Jr. is familiar with the science behind Breathalyzer tests and can analyze your case for weaknesses.

How Do I Protect Myself?

The best way to protect your rights and freedom is to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. Attorney William G. Causey, Jr. is known across North Carolina for his high-quality legal defense representation. Contact our office at 336-471-0819.