Driving After Consuming Alcohol Under 21 Charlotte Lawyers
Charlotte Underage Drinking And Driving Attorneys
If you are under 21, driving after consuming alcohol can have a severe impact on your future. You could pay fines and end up in jail. Also, a criminal record could negatively affect your ability to get jobs or to get into some schools in the future.
At The Law Office of Kevin L. Barnett, we understand that mistakes happen. Our attorney has extensive experience defending underage clients from drunk driving charges. We will fight to have your charges dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge. We will aggressively protect your rights so you can have a clean record.
If you have been arrested for driving after consuming alcohol under age 21, a Charlotte lawyer can help you. Contact our criminal defense firm for a free initial consultation.
Underage Drinking and Driving
If you are under 21 and caught driving with any amount of alcohol in your system, you can be charged with driving after consuming alcohol. You will lose your license for a year and you could end up paying hundreds of dollars in fines. Also, you will gain four points on your license and you could see as much as a 400 percent increase in your insurance over the next three years.
We will work to have your charges dismissed or lowered. If dismissal is not possible, we will try to get you a driving privilege, also known as a restricted license. This license will allow you to drive to work or school while your license is suspended. We will explore all of your options so you can move forward with your life.
If your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08 or above, you can additionally be charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI). It is important you hire an experienced attorney to fight these charges so you can try to avoid jail time, increased fines and a drunk driving record.
Contact an Charlotte underage drinking and driving lawyer to discuss your case.
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