In North Carolina, it’s illegal to drive under the influence of “any impairing substance,” which may include alcohol, marijuana, prescription medication or illegal drugs. However, the law has different levels of stringency depending on the type of controlled substance causing the impairment.

Amazingly, some people on the ketogenic diet may produce ketones that cause a false reading on a Breathalyzer, getting them into trouble. Learn more about the false DWI a keto diet may bring.

Knox Law Center attorney Allen Brotherton shares his thoughts on the local DWI process and the advantages of knowing the local Mecklenburg Court system as a criminal defense attorney.

The debate over the pros and cons of ridesharing services such as Lyft and Uber have raged since their inception in 2009. But recent data hints at a benefit that, if true, would put add a big fat plus in the “pro” column: Ridesharing services might contribute to a decrease in Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrests. Read on…

Knox Law Center attorney Allen Brotherton shares his thoughts on the local DWI process and the advantages of knowing the local Mecklenburg Court system as a criminal defense attorney.

Most of us know that drinking alcohol or taking illegal drugs can impair our ability to drive and massively heighten the risk of a car crash. In North Carolina, not only are drivers who take certain prescription drugs at a higher risk of a car crash, but they’re also at risk of a DWI charge. Read more…

Your Common North Carolina DUI/DWI Law Questions Answered By Knox Law Center in Charlotte, NC

North Carolina’s DWI laws are among the toughest in the nation and new laws are increasing DWI punishments.

Our lawyers serve clients in eastern and central North Carolina (NC), including Charlotte, Cornelius, Denver, Gastonia, Concord, Kannapolis, Salisbury, Matthews, Monroe, Pineville, Mooresville, Lincolnton, Mecklenburg County, Lincoln County, Cabarrus County, Gaston County and Rowan County.

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