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Criminal Law Attorney Charlotte, NC

Our firm is prepared to assist you with fighting a criminal charge or protecting your rights during an investigation in which you are involved. A common type of charge that a North Carolina resident may face is a DWI (driving while impaired). According to North Carolina law, a driver who operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content level of 0.08% or higher is guilty of DWI. To measure an individual’s BAC, field sobriety and breathalyzer tests are often used on the scene. There are highly specific procedures that officers are supposed to follow when administering these exams, and an error in the process may lead to the result being suppressed and the charge being dropped. It is also possible that the officer may not have had a sufficient reason to stop the driver, which would prevent the prosecution from using anything that happened during the stop.

Schehr Law is here to guide you through the processes of criminal offenses. We have a team of experts who have practiced for years in the criminal law area.

Our criminal lawyers take it upon them to represent individuals who contact them after being charged with any crime or who are involved in investigations after a crime has taken place. They help you in case you are charged with a criminal offense as well as protect you if you have been involved in an investigation so that you are given all your rights. Not all, but a few of the individuals who come to us are innocent. As criminal lawyers, we even have to represent individuals who are serious offenders.

Due to the nature of the criminal cases, our criminal lawyers will pay extra attention to all the details and will then make a strategy that is specially made for your specific case. If the need arises, we will also collect necessary proofs on our own and investigate the case in depth.

If you are looking for a criminal lawyer, then contact Schehr Law to hire the best professional available. Our lawyers are not only professional but also dedicated and experienced.