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Can a DUI/DWI Prevent Me from Being Hired?
Can a DUI/DWI Prevent Me from Being Hired?

When you are pulled over by law enforcement for suspected Driving While Impaired, your job prospects might not be the first worry on your mind. That’s understandable, but after the dust settles it is important to know how your current or future job could be impacted. Whether ...

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Blog Posts in DUI/DWI

  • Can I Get a DWI While Biking in North Carolina?

    Instead of driving after having a few alcohol beverages, many people believe riding a bicycle is the wisest and safest alternative. Unfortunately, it ...

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  • Commercial DWI in North Carolina

    From semi-trucks to buses, commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders are an integral part of our country, whether they are transporting essential ...

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  • Can I Get a DWI When I am Just Sitting in My Car?

    SURPRISINGLY the answer is YES! North Carolina law does NOT require a car to be in motion in order to be charged with a DWI. Instead, the statute says ...

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  • FAQ: DUI/DWI in North Carolina

    Our experienced attorneys at Jetton & Meredith, PLLC understand that getting a DUI/DWI can be a frightening experience, especially if you don’t know ...

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  • DWI Sentencing, Am I Going to Jail?

    Once someone has been charged with a DWI, one of their first thoughts is, “am I going to jail for this?” While there isn’t a straightforward answer to ...

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