Greensboro DUI LAWYERS

Our Greensboro DUI lawyers Are Dedicated to Our CLients

We give good people the defense plan they need to fight the legal consequences of their charge, and keep their life moving forward.

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How Our Greensboro DUI Attorneys Can Help You

Reduce the Legal Consequences

If you’ve been charged with a DUI, you’ve likely realized by now that this can result in the loss your job, license, reputation, and even jail.  It’s important for you to understand the legal consequences so that you can work to reduce them or avoid them altogether.

Don’t Face the Law Alone

It’s intimidating and isolating to face the law after being charged with a DWI, criminal offense, or traffic ticket. Our defense team is here to help you.

Get Clarity with the Unknown

If you find the legal system disorienting and overwhelming, we can help. Get the answers you want to help you navigate the legal process and put your life back on track.

DUI Defense in Guilford County

DUI defense is our focus.

A DUI charge can feel like the low-point in your life. Many of our clients tell us how hard it is to manage all the uncertainty and stress the case can cause. Our Greensboro DUI lawyers are here to help.

At Minick Law, our goal is to keep you informed and aware about the legal process that you’re going through. Often you might be confused by the legal jargon, unless you’ve spent time in law school or law enforcement.

Our Greensboro DUI lawyers will guide you through each step of the process, explaining what’s going on as we go.

Our Greensboro DUI Lawyer

Minick Law, P.C. of Greensboro serves clients with aggressive, yet compassionate, DWI Defense. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Guilford Hills, 5 minutes away from the Guilford County Courthouse, the Guilford County Jail, and the U.S. District Court. Our staff is standing by to help you.

The Greensboro office is led by Attorney Allie Dunlap, who received her Juris Doctorate from Elon University School of Law in December 2019. While attending law school, Allie completed her Residency Program at the Guilford County District Attorney’s Office and spent her summers working at a general law practice in Kernersville.

Allie has successfully completed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s course on DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, a 24-hour course taught to officers trained in DWI investigations.

Minick Law's Approach

Get aggressive DUI defense.

Many misfortunes can result from getting a DWI (driving while impaired) or a DUI (driving under the influence) charges. Your license could get suspended, your auto insurance rates could skyrocket, and you could even get stuck with jail time.

In the State of North Carolina, DWI and DUI law can be very tricky and complicated. Our Greensboro DUI lawyers handle a wide range of cases, including: Habitual DWI, Felony Driving While Impaired, Federal Driving Under Influence (DUI charged on Federal lands or parkway), and Drug Related Impaired Driving cases (including marijuana DWI charges).

We care about your well-being and your future. We will pursue every angle of your case, from gathering all of the facts and figures to ensure that we can work towards the best results for your case.

Contact our Greensboro DUI Lawyers

Minick Law, P.C. | Greensboro DUI Lawyer

Address: 806 Green Valley Rd Suite 200, Greensboro, NC 27408
Phone: (336) 383-1537

Cities We Serve: Greensboro, High Point, Thomasville, Lexington, Welcome, Winston-Salem.
Counties We Serve: Guilford, Davidson, and Forsyth.

FAQs for Greensboro DUI Lawyers:

How Are You Different From Other Greensboro DUI Lawyers?

When looking for criminal defense, you’re hiring the attorney as well as the firm. At Minick Law, some of our lawyers are former police officers and District Attorneys. Our trial lawyers and staff are steeped in DWI knowledge and are willing to go the distance and fight the state, regardless of what the case is.

Will I Go to Jail if I am Convicted of a DWI in North Carolina?

While jail time is a possibility for any person convicted of a DWI, the realistic likelihood of jail time depends on a whole number of different factors. The vast majority of people charged with their first DWI are not sentenced to do any active jail time. Jail time is more likely for a person with prior DWI’s, a child in the car, an accident which causes injury to another person or driving on a license which is suspended for a DWI.

Will I be Allowed to Drive after Getting a DWI?

There are many driving consequences that can arise from a DWI. The length of suspensions related to DWI and the requirements for license reinstatement vary greatly depending on a number of factors, including: prior DWI charges, the blood/breath alcohol concentration (BAC) at the time of the DWI charge, and whether the driver’s license was suspended at the time of the charge. For a first offense DWI case in North Carolina, a person’s license will be suspended for one year. Most people convicted of their first offense will be able to get a limited driving privilege that will allow them to drive for work, educational, treatment, and religious purposes.

How Much Money Will Getting a DWI Cost Me?

The financial consequences of a DWI are significant and can include: attorney’s fees, court costs and fines, increases in auto insurance premiums, the cost of obtaining an alcohol assessment and completing any recommended treatment, continuous alcohol monitoring, inpatient treatment, and impact on employment.

Should I have been read my Miranda Rights during my DWI Arrest?

In North Carolina, officers frequently do not read Miranda rights at the time of a DWI arrest and often a suspect is never advised of Miranda rights during the entire encounter with police. In the context of a DWI arrest, the lack of Miranda warnings is not likely to result in a dismissal of charges. Most of the time statements made by a DWI suspect after arrest are not particularly important in the State’s prosecution. The suspect’s statements and field sobriety tests prior to arrest combined with a blood or breath alcohol result may be enough for the State to proceed to trial on a DWI charge.

Get the defense you need from a law firm that cares.

Allie Dunlap

Associate Attorney

Allie was born and raised in Kernersville, North Carolina and is passionate about serving her local community.

Allie attended Campbell University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in December of 2016. Allie was a member of Campbell’s Division I Soccer Team and served as a First Year Student Athlete Mentor.

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Allie received her Juris Doctorate from Elon University School of Law in December 2019. While attending law school, Allie completed her Residency Program at the Guilford County District Attorney’s Office and spent her summers working at a general law practice in Kernersville.

Allie has successfully completed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s course on DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, a 24-hour course taught to officers trained in DWI investigations.

Allie met her husband Landon while attending East Forsyth High School and they were married in 2020. They enjoy spending their free time with their family and two cats, Bella & Blair.

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