Between July 2008 and June 2009, there were 44,832 DWI convictions in North Carolina. State law requires that DWI offenders obtain a substance abuse assessment and complete the recommended intervention, which is either education or treatment. In 2011 there were 52,488 assessments completed as required by law. 47% of these were completed prior to going to trial. In order to get your license restored you must obtain a certificate of completion. For information about fees and what you are required to bring to your first appointment, click here.
We will help you navigate the process required to restore your driving privileges.