The criminal process following a DWI arrest can be confusing and complex. DWI Attorney David A. Coolidge of the Coolidge Law Firm has provided many resources to assist you with this process. The Coolidge Law Firm welcomes the opportunity to discuss the details of your specific case. Contact the Coolidge Law Firm by completing an online form or calling (919) 239-8448 for a confidential review of your case.
Raleigh DWI Defense Lawyer
David A. Coolidge of the Coolidge Law Firm is an experienced DWI defense attorney in Wake County. He focuses a large part of his practice on DWI defense. He has undergone the same training and certification as the police including NHTSA’s (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. He has experience with first-time DWIs from both alcohol and other controlled substances as well as Aggravated DWIs.
He uses his extensive experience to build the strongest defense depending on your unique circumstances. Contact the Coolidge Law Firm for a free, attorney consultation.
North Carolina DWI Defense Information Center
- Where can I find information about my court date?
- Where can I find general information about upcoming courts?
- Where can I find contact information for the Wake County Criminal Court?
- Where can I find information about driver’s license re-instatement?
North Carolina Court System ǀ Find Your Court Date– The North Carolina Court System has an automated system that allows individuals to search by county and last name of the defendant to locate the defendant’s court date. Data on the site may be up to 24 hours old. While the data on the site is deemed reliable, it should not substitute any notices received directly from the court.
Wake County Criminal Calendar ǀ Upcoming Court Dates– The Wake County Court System provides an automated list of upcoming court appearances. Calendars are generally available for up to 10 days before the particular court date. An individual may sign up for the National Carolina Court Subscription Service for revised calendars. While the data on the site is deemed reliable, it should not substitute any notices received directly from the court.
Wake County-District 10 Court Directory– The North Carolina Court system provides all relevant numbers to the Wake County-District 10. Pertinent contacts, include the following:
Misdemeanors (and Traffic Tickets)-District Court- (919) 792-4300
Felonies-Superior Court- (919) 792-4300
Judgements, Executions, and Liens- (919) 792-4200
District Attorney, Wake Justice Center, 8th Floor- (919) 742-5000
District Court Judges, Wake Justice Center, 10th Floor- (919) 792-4800
Superior Court Judges, Wake Justice Center, 10th Floor- (919) 792-4950
Magistrates, Hammond Road Detention Center- (919) 792-4900
Wake County Public Defender– (919) 792-5400
North Carolina Health and Human Services ǀ Reinstatement and Education– To get your license re-instated following a driver’s license revocation, the individual must complete a substance abuse assessment. The North Carolina Health and Human Services provides resources to complete this assessment and other educational resources.
2001 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-2001
T: (919) 855-4800
Need Advice From a Wake County DWI Defense Attorney?
David A. Coolidge of the Coolidge Law Firm proudly represents individual facing DWI charges. He zealously defends individuals throughout Wake County, including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Wendell, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Holly Springs, and Garner.
Contact the Coolidge Law Firm at (919) 239-8448 or submit an online form to schedule a confidential consultation.