If you have been arrested for DWI, things may seem hopeless. In addition to jail time and fines, you are facing the loss of your driver’s license and the mobility and freedom it represents. To protect your rights and restore your driving rights, you need the help of an experienced DWI defense attorney.

Protecting Your Rights After a DWI Arrest

At Keith & Associates in Greensboro, North Carolina, our lawyers have been providing aggressive DWI defense representation for more than 10 years. We offer personal, cost-effective legal services and each of our lawyers has a record of success in DWI cases.

Timing is critical in DWI cases. If you have been arrested for DWI, you need to contact us immediately so we can begin gathering evidence and crafting an effective legal strategy for protecting your rights. Call 336-574-0368 or toll free at 866-959-6249 to speak with an attorney.

You Will Lose Your License

As a result of your arrest for drinking and driving, you will lose your driver’s license during the civil revocation period, which lasts 30 days. But how long your license suspension lasts will depend on our ability to win your case; if found guilty, you will lose your license for another year. In addition to fighting against a conviction, our attorneys will seek limited driving privileges for you in the meantime, which will allow you to drive to work or school.

As part of your defense, we will seek out information about the circumstances of your arrest, in hopes of having evidence suppressed. For instance:

  • Was there probable cause for the traffic stop?
  • Was there reasonable suspicion of impaired driving?
  • Were your constitutional rights violated?

To discuss the specifics of your DWI case with a seasoned defense attorney, contact us today.


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At Keith & Associates in Greensboro, North Carolina, our lawyers are here to help you. We offer representation in a variety of practice areas including criminal law, family law, personal injury and civil litigation. To discuss your case with an attorney today, call 336-574-0368 or toll free at 866-959-6249.

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