If you have been arrested for driving while impaired (DWI), drug possession or another criminal offense, your future depends on the next step you take. North Carolina police and prosecutors will use anything you say against you. The sooner you get a proven, dedicated criminal defense lawyer involved, the better your chances of avoiding conviction or keeping consequences manageable will be.
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Turning to Winston-Salem criminal law attorney John Combs is the right call in this stressful and pivotal time. Mr. Combs has been defending people against DWI charges, other drug and alcohol charges, allegations of violent crimes and other misdemeanor and felony offenses since 1994. When you contact our law firm, he will work with you directly and immediately prioritize your case.
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What will you do if you can't drive at all for a year or even several years? Does the charge against you — such as domestic violence — put your right to possess a firearm on the line? How will a conviction affect student status at Wake Forest or another college? You need to talk to a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Please don't assume that the outcome will be the same if you go it alone or accept inexperienced counsel.
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John Combs knows the law and how Triad region courts treat various offenses. He applies an array of DWI defense strategies and builds the strongest possible cases for all kinds of people facing other serious charges. Whether you know you made a mistake or believe that the police did, and whatever the evidence against you, Mr. Combs will explain options clearly and deliver maximum effort for you.
To talk through your situation with trial-proven lawyer John Combs, call our offices in downtown Winston-Salem or send an email inquiry right now. We offer a free initial consultation to assess your case and help you make sound decisions about your defense.