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.

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