Assistant District Attorney had DWI in 2009

In Criminal by GWAO

With all of the recent Driving While Impaired charges, one on Commissioner the other on a Lietenant in the Police Department (at a DWI Checkpoint in Guilford County), what’s one more? An Assistant District Attorney had lost his job as a result of a DWI Charge, and now has it back. The Law States that even with a Driving While Impaired Conviction, a prosecutor can still work as an Assistant District Attorney. Hiring and Firing is done purely by the Chief District Attorney, and as long as they’re in good standing with the North Carolina Bar, they can be hired. DWI Charges are being handed out almost as fast as Speeding Tickets, including and not limited to Police Officers and District Attorneys.

Contact our Greensboro DWI Attorneys today if you or someone you know has been charged with Driving While Impaired in Greensboro, High Point or Asheboro.