In today’s DWI Blog, I will be focusing on North Carolina’s Limited Driving Privilege. Though a Limited Driving Privilege applies to more situation then a DWI, today’s blog will only focus on it’s function in the DWI world. First, the Petition is just that, a petition. The Privilege must be agreed to by a District […]
Okay, so today’s blog will deal with the North Carolina charge of Driving While License Revoked. Though this may seem a bit out of bounds for a Driving While Intoxicated blog, it’s not as far off the mark as you may believe. Let me explain. A North Carolina DWI Conviction carries with it a one-year […]
So, slightly off-topic, but I thought today’s blog would do well to explain exactly what ‘Calender Call’ is as it relates to North Carolina District Courts. As a Durham Criminal Attorney and Raleigh Criminal Attorney I have seen a lot of confusion in the courtroom from the public when it comes time for calender call. […]
Previously on the Raleigh DWI Attorney Blog I have discussed North Carolina DWI Stops and the administration of Field Sobriety Tests; specifically the Walk and Turn Test and the One-Legged Stand Test. I will now review the third test, known as the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test.
In my previous post, I discussed North Carolina DWI Stops and the North Carolina Field Sobriety Test: known as the One-Legged Stand Test (I also added the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test). I will now move on to a discussion regarding the Walk and Turn Test. As explained before, there are three standard tests used