Top Greensboro Attorney Shows DWI Driving Privilege Chart

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Top Greensboro DWI attorney shows DWI driving privilege chart that he uses with clients.

Chad Garrett spends between and hour or an hour and half explaining DWI punishment in Greensboro to his clients.  This chart is the best way to keep up with the information he presents regarding driving privileges.

DWI DRIVING PRIVILEGE COURT CHECKLIST

This information is designed to remind you of some of the many important factors we discussed regarding your potential eligibility, and the necessary requirements, to obtain a limited driving privilege. This is not to be construed as legal advice.

Please feel free to call us at anytime with questions or concerns.

Limited Driving Privileges are only available if sentenced at Level 3, 4 or 5, upon conviction. You must currently possess a valid North Carolina license, and have had one at the time of the offense, or have been eligible although your license was expired for less than a year.

 

CIVIL REVOCATION

$100, to be paid to the Clerk of Court before or after 30 (or 45) days from the date of the offense.

 

PRE-TRIAL PRIVILEGE (20 DAY PRIVILEGE)

Valid DL-123 dated within 30 days of the privilege application

Substance abuse assessment

$100 cash fee to the Clerk of Court

Employment Letter for an application requiring work hours outside of standard hours (Monday-Friday 6am-8pm)

 

POST-TRIAL PRIVILEGE

Valid DL-123 dated within 30 days of the privilege application

Substance abuse assessment

$100 cash fee to the Clerk of Court

Employment Letter or an application requiring work hours outside of standard hours (Monday-Friday 6am-8pm)

 

POST-TRIAL INTERLOCK PRIVILEGE (.15 BAC OR ABOVE)

Valid DL-123 dated within 30 days of the privilege application

Substance abuse assessment

$100 cash fee to the Clerk of Court

Employment Letter for an application requiring work hours outside of standard hours (Monday-Friday 6am-8pm)

Proof of interlock installation

Not effective until at least 45 days after the final conviction

Ignition interlock required for 365 days coupled with a valid license or privilege (the interlock restriction will remain after the privilege expires)

Interlock required for all vehicles registered in applicant’s name

Driving restricted only to and from the applicant’s place of employment, the place enrolled in school, and court-ordered treatment or substance abuse education or treatment, and any ignition interlock service facility

 

REFUSAL PRIVILEGE

Valid DL-123 dated within 30 days of the privilege application

Substance abuse assessment

$100 cash fee to the Clerk of Court

Employment Letter for an application requiring work hours outside of standard hours (Monday-Friday 6am-8pm)

At the time of the refusal, no prior willful refusals within preceding 7 years

The underlying charge did not involve death or critical injury to another

The defendant’s license has been revoked for at 6 months for the refusal

Substance abuse assessment obtained (20-17.6) and recommended education or treatment has been completed

Underlying offense disposed of, either other than by conviction, or by a Level 3, 4, or 5 punishment and at least one of the mandatory conditions of probation has been complied with (assessment and treatment)