Charged With A DWI On Fort Bragg? We Can Help.

While being charged with impaired driving on Fort Bragg brings similar potential consequences as a regular DWI, there is one important difference. Because Fort Bragg is on federal land, any DWIs within its boundaries (including along Fort Bragg Boulevard) are handled in federal court — even if you're a civilian. To fight off the potential conviction, you need to consult with a skilled DWI defense lawyer who has experience with these specific situations.

The attorneys at Roberts Law Group, PLLC, in North Carolina are highly qualified to help you. We have several locations around the state that make our firm easily accessible, including an office in Fayetteville near Fort Bragg.

Why We're The Obvious Choice

Our firm's founder, Patrick Roberts, graduated from one of the top 10 law schools in the nation, Duke University. This means you can be assured of our strong understanding of the federal legal system, and our ability to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

Read about a federal DWI case we got dismissed on behalf of a member of the armed forces.

How We Can Help You With A Federal Charge

Unlike traffic tickets, which might not require a court appearance, a DWI charge will likely mandate that you appear in federal court. The penalties of a Fort Bragg-related conviction are like those of a DWI on nonfederal land, including a revoked driver's license, the possibility of jail and points against your driver's license.

While it may be stressful to prepare for federal court, let alone imagine the consequences of a conviction, having a skilled attorney at your side can make all the difference. We will fight for the best possible outcome in your situation.

Let Us Handle Your Federal DWI

With Robets Law Group on your side, you do not have to face your federal-level DWI charge alone. Schedule a free consultation with us today through our online form, or call us at 866-630-2389 (toll free) or 910-315-0479 (Fayetteville office).