Let’s talk a little bit about your case and how your lawyer will defend you against the charges. Each case depends upon the facts and circumstances that led to the arrest and the charge.
You should talk to your DWI lawyer about how the facts in your case might affect the outcome. What follows is a general discussion of the typical DWI case.
The typical DWI stop is broken down into three phases:
Phase I: Vehicle In Motion
Phase II: Personal Contact
Phase III: Pre-Arrest Screening
In fact, this method of examining a DWI stop is used across the United States and in North Carolina by police officers, prosecutors, and defense attorneys in evaluating the stop.
Your DWI defense lawyer should carefully evaluate each stage of the DWI stop to make sure that the police officer who stopped you followed the law and the constitution when he stopped you