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    NC DWI Process: Charge, conviction, restoration of license

    NC DWI Process: Charge, conviction, restoration of license

    05 Dec
    What happens when I get a DWI charge and conviction? How do I get my licensed restored? - A police officer can stop your car at license check points or if the officer notices you do something the officer considers "suspicious." NC DWI law states an officer must "encounter you during the lawful c... read more
    Substance Use and the Recovering Family

    Substance Use and the Recovering Family

    18 Nov
    Substance Use and the Recovering Family:  The longer alcohol and drug users abuse drugs or alcohol, the worse their lives become. Until they commit to recovery or therapy, the downward spiral continues until they end up in even worse situations. "Committed" to recovery typically requires working a... read more
    Aftercare from Inpatient, Residential & Hospital Programs

    Aftercare from Inpatient, Residential & Hospital Programs

    11 Nov
    Attend your first group for free. Begin group counseling within 2 weeks of your intake during September and receive the first group free. We never charge deposits, up front fees, or enrollment fees for our counseling programs. An aftercare program provides ongoing suppo... read more
    NC DWI Offenses

    NC DWI Offenses

    04 Nov
    In calculating a DWI offense in NC, driving records from all states in which a person has driven is considered. Whether it is an NC DWI or DWI in another state, the prior DWI will be taken into consideration by the court and the DWI assessment agency. If a person receives a DWI in any other state, ... read more

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    NC DWI Process: Charge, conviction, restoration of license

    NC DWI Process: Charge, conviction, restoration of license

    What happens when I get a DWI charge and conviction? How do I get my
    Substance Use and the Recovering Family

    Substance Use and the Recovering Family

    Substance Use and the Recovering Family:  The longer alcohol and drug users abuse drugs or
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