If you're wondering if DWI is a felony, then this video is for you! In this video, we're going to answer the question: When can "drunk driving" become a felony charge in North Carolina?
DUI felony charges in North Carolina can include things like Second Degree Murder, Felony Serious Injury by Vehicle, and Felony Death by Vehicle, all of which are related to impaired drivng. In those types of cases, DWI is an intergral part of the criminal allegations.
Everyone understands the consequences of driving while impaired are serious. Felony DWI charges can be life changing.
If you've been charged or arrested for DUI in Shelby, North Carolina, the Teddy, Meekins & Talbert law firm in Cleveland County NC is available for immediate consultation.