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What is the legal limit for impairment in North Carolina?

Each state sets its own laws regarding drunk driving and legal levels of intoxication. In North Carolina, the legal limit for alcohol impairment is .08% blood alcohol content, or BAC. If you are tested for BAC and receive a result above the legal limit, you will likely be arrested for DWI. However, being arrested for DWI does not mean that you are automatically guilty of the charge. An experienced DWI defense lawyer will fight to see that you remain innocent unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

To discuss the details of your DWI charge with a Raleigh DWI attorney, contact the Law Office of Jim Black today by calling 919-600-4609.

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"Jim, I just wanted to thank you again for everything you did for me. I am very happy about the outcome and would recommend you to anyone and everyone who has a DUI case. Two things that stuck out the most is your patience and honesty, you wanted the best for me and that was obvious."
-J.M.

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