Asheville dwi lawyer - Can I drive after DWI?

  Generally, a limited driving privilege is available for different stages, throughout the DWI case process. Your DWI attorney can help you determine if you qualify and can get these permits without your attendance at court.

Generally, a limited driving privilege is available for different stages, throughout the DWI case process. Your DWI attorney can help you determine if you qualify and can get these permits without your attendance at court.

  •  Pre conviction you will be subject to a 30 day civil revocation of your license upon being charged, but you can petition for driving privileges after the first 10 days of this period. Once your 20 day pre-trial privilege expires, you can go to the clerk and pay the fee to have your license returned.
  • If you are convicted, your lawyer can help you get limited driving privileges in many cases.  
  • Driving to work, school, and for household maintenance is usually allowed within certain time restraints. As of Oct. 2015, driving for religious worship is permissible.
  • Having a blood Alcohol level at .15 or above complicates driving privileges. Interlock driving privileges are used in these cases.
  • If you refuse to blow, you'll be suspended despite your DWI case outcome. Learn more about DWI refusal. 
  • You will need an effective and responsive lawyer to help navigate this difficult process. Each case is different and will need a thorough expert analysis to come up with the best solution under the circumstances. Call me, your Asheville DWI Lawyer to find out how I can help with this situation:

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