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Remaining in charge of your future when accused of a drug crime

It is often impossible to predict what the future may hold. Your plans for the road ahead might include a college education, which you could already be in the process of obtaining. Perhaps you have already acquired an intern position within your chosen field; the future may be looking brighter every passing day. What happens to these plans if you suddenly find yourself facing criminal charges?

What is the purpose of the standardized field sobriety test?

Movies and television shows depict police officers making drunk drivers touch their noses, say the alphabet backwards and other tasks to determine whether they are intoxicated. In real life, these do not fall under the standardized field sobriety tests because their accuracy is highly questionable.

Hey, slow down! The radar gun evidence isn't infallible

It's easy to lose track of your speed when you drive around with your college buddies. Before you know it, you could find yourself handing your license and registration to the police officer holding the radar gun a few miles back that you failed to see. Did the officer give you a speeding ticket? Don't be in a hurry to pay it, especially if you received your ticket based on a radar gun. Those devices aren't infallible.

I lost my driving privileges. What are my legal options?

Losing your driving privileges is more than just an inconvenience. It can have a direct impact on your job, your ability to have an active role in your kids' lives and your overall quality of life. If you lost your license as the result of a drunk driving offense in North Carolina, you would be wise to seek legal counsel regarding the best way for you to protect your rights and restore your driving privileges.

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