Raleigh DWI Defense Lawyer

DUI? We'll Fight To Keep You Out of Jail and on the Road

Wake County DWI Defense Lawyer With Prosecutorial Experience

Attorney Patrick Roberts has extensive experience providing aggressive defense representation for drivers charged with DWI in the Raleigh metro region. His experience includes working as the lead Assistant District Attorney handling misdemeanor appeals for DWI convictions in Raleigh. Every DWI appeal came across his desk while he held that position. He has handled hundreds of DWI trials and appeals. We use that experience to aggressively challenge the evidence collected by police that prosecutors intend to use against you.

A drunk driving charge is serious. You know that. We're ready to help.

At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we believe that you deserve more than just finding the best way to plead guilty. A good DWI defense challenges everything about your arrest, from the initial probable cause for the traffic stop, to the breath test and how you were treated at the police station. We do everything we can to fight for a full dismissal of charges or have your charges reduced to a dry violation.

First-Time Offenders

When you are charged with DWI, you face up to two years in jail if you are found guilty. Before you panic, though, we want you to know that we are nearly always successful helping our clients obtain a penalty that results in an alternative sentence or program that doesn't include jail. We work closely with the prosecutor to ensure that your future and your family aren't ruined because of a first-time mistake.

Our DWI defense experience includes cases involving:

Contact our offices to talk with defense attorney Patrick Roberts about how we can aggressively fight to protect your rights and your future. You need help. We are here. When experience counts, don't take chances.

North Carolina v. J.O.
Charge: DWI
Facing: 1 year in jail
Result: Case Dismissed

Our client lost her trial in District Court and received a 45 day jail sentence. She hired Roberts Law Group to help her with her Superior Court efforts. We argued a motion to dismiss based on an unconstitutional driver's license checkpoint and prevailed. Any evidence that flowed from the stop of her vehicle was ordered suppressed by the Judge. Case dismissed. Our client blew .13 on the EC-IR II breath device.

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