Person County DWI Attorney
Were you Charged with a DWI in Person County?
A DWI conviction will lead to the suspension of your driver’s license and a permanent criminal record; as well as, large fines and increased insurance rates. It is important that you hire a lawyer who fights to keep your driving privileges.
Our lawyers will examine all aspects of your case and work diligently for the best results possible. Velasquez & Associates offers a zealous defense for those accused of DWI in Person County. Our criminal defense attorneys have extensive experience fighting drunk driving charges in North Carolina. Our law firm is committed to protecting you in court and ensuring you are treated fairly throughout the legal process. To learn more about the charges you are facing and how to defend yourself against them, call us today at 919-765-5645 and schedule a consultation with a Velasquez & Associates attorney.
Person County Criminal Defense Lawyers
If you have questions about a ticket, suspension of your North Carolina drivers license, you may call us at 919-765-5645. Our criminal defense attorneys will be able to represent you in court if you got a traffic ticket in Roxboro, Olive Hill, Woodsdale, Allensville, Somerset, Timberlake, Hurdle Mills, Moriah or Williamsville.
Latino immigrants often face a language barrier when it comes to getting the legal help they need. Our firm was established to assist the Latino community and to protect the rights and interests of Latino families across North Carolina. Velasquez & Associates is here to help you offering legal assistance in Spanish.
A conviction in a DWI case is not always certain, even if you blew .08 or higher. Velasquez & Associates will examine all aspects of your case, and advise you on the best possible defense strategies. Such as:
- Lack of probable cause for the police to stop you.
- Improper administration of field sobo siiety tests.
- Inadmissible blood alcohol test results.
At Velasquez & Associates, our criminal defense attorneys will use all the resources allowed by the law to work in your defense.