Habitual Impaired Driving
In North Carolina, f you have three prior DWI convictions and are charged with a fourth within 10 years, you will be charged with habitual impaired driving. This is a very serious offense that is charged as a Class F felony in North Carolina.
Habitual Impaired Driving and Your License
A conviction for habitual impaired driving is punishable by at least one year in prison. Your drivers license will also be permanently revoked.
Help In Your Case
While looking at the potential penalties can be overwhelming, it is important to understand that if you are a charge of habitual impaired driving, you do not have to do it alone. Working with an experienced DWI defense attorney is one of the best ways to ensure that your rights and interests will be protected