In North Carolina, if you are convicted of driving while impaired (DWI / DUI), the driver’s license will be suspended. In certain circumstances, a limited driving privilege may be granted. In order to be eligible for a limited driving privilege (LDP) in North Carolina, after a DWI conviction, the following items will have to exist:
There are also limited driving privileges available for individuals who “refused” to subject themselves to the breathalyzer test (implied consent offense). In addition to the items listed above, the following requiremens exist to get a “Refusal Limited Driving Privilege:”
An interlock Limited Driving Privilege is required if the driver is convicted with a 0.15 BAC or higher.
If you have questions concerning your North Carolina drunk driving case, contact one of the attorneys at Everett Law Firm, P.A. We have offices located in Chapel and Raleigh, NC and service many counties throughout the state, including Alamance, Anson, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Orange, Person, Richmond, and Wake. Call us for a FREE initial conversation at (919) 942-8002 or toll free at (800) 942-8048.