Being charged with a DWI in North Carolina is a serious offense that can have lasting consequences. A DWI can stay on your criminal record, which can ruin your chances to apply for school, get a job or even rent an apartment.
Expungement or sometimes referred to as having your record “sealed” is a legal procedure that not everyone in the State of North Carolina is eligible for. This process (in most cases) makes your DWI record not viewable except by a court representative. To learn more about DWI expungement, please contact Bill Powers.