DWI Mitigating Factors

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DWI Mitigating Factors 

in North Carolina

Raleigh DWI Defense Attorney

Mitigating factors are those that will help your case if you are convicted of DWI. A judge will look at these—along with any aggravating and grossly aggravating factors—when determining your sentencing level. The more mitigating factors present, the better your chance of a more lenient sentence.

Mitigating factors in North Carolina include:

  • Having a safe driving record
  • Showing signs of slight impairment if a BAC test was unavailable
  • Having a BAC less than .09
  • If your impairment was due to the proper dosage of a legal medication
  • Driving lawfully other than the impairment
  • Submitting voluntarily to a drug and alcohol assessment

Contact Floyd Law Offices for a Free Consultation

Our aggressive Raleigh DWI lawyer will take the time to look into your case, finding these mitigating factors that may help your defense strategy. We will fight your charges and are committed to the overall success of your case.

Contact the firm online or call (919) 805-3663 to schedule
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