PITTSBORO DUI LAWYERS

Aggressive Representation from the Pittsboro DWI Guy

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 Pittsboro DUI Lawyers Help

Reduce the Legal Consequences

Criminal charges can result in the loss your job, license, reputation, and even jail.  Know the legal consequences and then work hard to reduce, or erase, them.

Don’t Face the Law Alone

Being charged with a DWI, criminal, or traffic offense and facing the law is intimidating and isolating. Work with a defense team that fights and cares for you.

Get Clarity with the Unknown

Getting charged with a criminal offense and trying to navigate the legal process is often disorienting and overwhelming. Get the answers you want and the plan you need to get your life back on track.

DUI Defense Is What We Do

The penalties for a DUI offense can be serious. This can leave you feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and uncertain about the future.

Don’t go through this alone.

At Minick Law, P.C., our Pittsboro DUI lawyers can help you fight the charge and get your life back on track. We embrace a simple mission: we want to help.

Our DUI defense team will explain the legal process in clear terms and guide you through every step of your case. We take the time to listen and understand your situation, while keeping you well-informed of developments in your case.

Pittsboro DWI Lawyers

At Minick Law, P.C. of Pittsboro, we work to get you the best possible outcome for your case. Not only will you receive legal advice, but an entire DUI defense team.

Our experienced DUI lawyers deliver aggressive, yet compassionate, legal guidance for all Pittsboro residents. Our client-focused service is second to none.

Our office is right in Pittsboro, so we are centrally located and ready to help you through this trying time.

DWI Defense That Cares and Fights For You

Getting a DWI (driving while impaired) or DUI (driving under the influence) can lead to jail time, court fines, license suspension, high insurance rates, and much more. In North Carolina, DWI/DUI law is one of the most complex areas of criminal law.

Our Pittsboro DWI lawyers handle Habitual DWI cases, 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). At Minick Law, P.C., we fight for you in court, as well as care about you and your well-being.

We will work with you to make sure we get all of the facts and create an action plan to get the best possible results on your case.

Contact Our Pittsboro Office

 DWI Lawyers of Pittsboro, NC

Address: 587 Old Graham Road in Pittsboro, NC 27312
Phone: (828) 333-5024

Cities We Serve: Pittsboro, Siler City, Goldston, Cary
Counties We Serve: Chatham County

FAQs for Pittsboro DUI Lawyers

How Are You Different From Other Pittsboro DUI Lawyers?

When you hire Minick Law, you get a team of attorneys to handle your case. Two heads are better than one, and we take that seriously when preparing for your case.

Our attorneys are extremely knowledgeable and focus almost entirely on DWI cases. While most lawyers are required to take 12 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) per year, some of our attorneys take 20+ hours per year.

At our Pittsboro office, our attorney Michael Franchi makes sure that you are extremely well prepared for court. He covers every possible angle, spending time prepping cases in mock trials and consulting the rest of the team, to ensure that you have the best chance for a successful outcome.

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.

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Navi Sandhu III

Attorney

Navi Sandhu III was born and raised in North Carolina and completed law school at the North Carolina Central School of Law.

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He has completed the UNC School of Government’s Misdemeanor Defender Training, Felony Defender Training, and Trial School. He has also completed the NHTSA’s Standardized Field Sobriety Test Certification (SFST), Advanced Road Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE), DRE (Drug Recognition Expert).

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