NC DWI Lawyers | NC DWI Center

At Minick Law, you don’t just get an attorney. You get a defense team.

Your NC DWI Defense Center

Your Rights

Our NC DWI lawyers will explain your rights and the strengths and weaknesses in your DWI case.  

Being charged in North Carolina with driving while impaired (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) can mean jail time, court fines, loss of driving privileges, increased insurance rates, employment consequences, and financial uncertainty.

These issues are magnified by the fact that North Carolina DWI/ DUI law is one of the most complex areas of criminal law in the State of North Carolina.

Our Approach

In order to prepare a thorough defense to your DWI charge, it is important to know how police officers and district attorneys investigate and prosecute DWI cases.

Our NC DWI lawyers are required to attend the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration‘s (NHTSA) course on DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.

This is a three day (24 hours) course taught to police officers when they are being trained in charging DWIs. Our NC DWI lawyers regularly attend conferences and training related to North Carolina’s DWI laws.

Plan of Action

Your NC DWI lawyer will personally meet with you from the very beginning of the attorney-client relationship. After the meeting your DWI lawyer will create an individualized DWI Action Plan that will help you prepare for the case process and the consequences of the DWI charge.

We believe that effective DWI representation cannot be accomplished without excellent communication. At any time during or after your case, our NC DWI lawyers can meet with you to discuss your DWI charge, and we will keep you apprised of all developments in your case, keeping you in the loop.

wonderful experience

I had a wonderful experience with the staff at Minick Law, and was pleased with the work that James Minick himself did on my behalf. He not only worked before and during my case, but helped guide and assist me two years afterwards. He's a good man, but also highly intelligent and he knows how the legal system works.

Jessica Allison

top-notch!

Attorney Minick and his staff are professional, knowledgeable, courteous, and efficient. All questions were answered in a timely, respectful, and friendly manner. The firm's attorneys are devoted and their areas of expertise are far-ranging. This firm is top-notch!

William Riddle

knows how to get the job done!

This Law Firm really knows how to get the job done! What a wonderful and pleasant experience knowing and trusting that they would help me out in my time of need. All the attorney's here are very professional and easy to deal with. I highly recommend The Minick Law Firm for any of your needs. Thank you!

Patrick Cusack

best described as excellent

My experience with Minick Law can be best described as excellent. I received optimum results in my case with much attentiveness to my questions and concerns. From my attorney...to the office staff, I can only say thank you, and job well done!

Kelly Amundsen

exceeds the expectations of a law firm

Minick Law exceeds the expectations of a law firm and demonstrates many outstanding professional qualities. Of these qualities, three really stand out: high level expertise, honesty, and excellent communication. Thank you all for your superior work!

Eric Reitzel

highly recommend

The manner with which [Minick Law] handled our situation was very professional. They saw that all questions were answered and we were at ease with what would occur. I would highly recommend Minick Law Group to anyone needing their services.

Jill Varney

The testimonials and endorsements listed do not reflect all of the feedback the firm has received. Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its individual merits. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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