Edwards & Trenkle, PLLC

Driving While Intoxicated

DWI Charges Can Happen To Anyone

A driving while intoxicated conviction can significantly impact your day-to-day life. You may not have even been over the legal limit, but you could still face charges because of improper testing. No matter the situation, we have the experience to review your case, identify police testing and procedural errors and formulate a defense that protects your future.

At Edwards & Trenkle, PLLC, attorneys Mark Edwards and Robert Trenkle are board certified in state and federal criminal law. Simply put, we are experts in defending clients against criminal offenses. Our trusted reputation in the community stems from over 60 years of combined legal experience representing North Carolina residents.

Repercussions For Driving While Intoxicated

You may face many serious repercussions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If convicted, you could face jail time, fines, loss of driving privileges, probation or other penalties that impact your fundamental freedoms. You could even lose your children or visitation rights, lose your job, prevent future career opportunities or threaten your financial security.

When you partner with us, our team will always aim for a case dismissal or a reduction of potential penalties. Rest assured that we will fight for your rights and create a strong strategy for your defense. If you were wrongly convicted, we can also help you pursue an expungement.

How Can An Attorney Can Help Your Case?

You may think that it will be easy to talk your way out of drunk driving charges. Unfortunately, the legal system is complex, and you may end up causing more harm than good. We advise clients to remain silent and to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible to offer sound legal counsel.

Call our Durham office at 919-695-7338 or our Pittsboro office at 919-545-5626. Clients seeking representation or advice can also schedule an appointment with our online form. We have the skills and knowledge base to protect your best interests as you move forward.