Attacking Reasonable Suscpicion

Attacking Reasonable Suscpicion

When looking to attack a DWI charge the first question in the vast majority of cases is “did the officer have a reason to stop your client?” What is an Investigatory Stop? Begin any argument attacking the validity of a traffic stop with the highest law in the land:...
Attacking The Breath Test

Attacking The Breath Test

The State’s primary witness in most DWI cases in North Carolina is not a human person, but rather the breath-testing device used to prove a person’s alcohol concentration. Attacking the credibility and accuracy of this non-living witness is essential to defending a...
Attacking a DWI Checkpoint

Attacking a DWI Checkpoint

North Carolina allows law enforcement to use checkpoints to stop a vehicle even if there is no suspicious or illegal behavior observed by officers. However, the checkpoint must pass both Constitutional and statutory muster in order for the stop to be legal. This...