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Impaired Driving Determination Of Sentencing {CR-311}

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA County Name Of Defendant File No. In The General Court Of Justice Superior Court Division District STATE VERSUS IMPAIRED DRIVING DETERMINATION OF SENTENCING FACTORS (For Offenses Committed Before Dec. 1, 2011) Court, the Court determines that (1) the State has proved the grossly aggravating factors and aggravating factors marked below beyond a reasonable doubt and (2) the defendant has proved the mitigating factors marked below by a preponderance of the evidence. Superior Court: The defendant has been convicted of impaired driving (G.S. 20-138.1). Based upon the evidence presented at the trial and sentencing hearing in Superior Court, (1) the jury has determined that the State has proved the grossly aggravating factors and aggravating factors marked below beyond a reasonable doubt, or the defendant has admitted to these grossly aggravating factors and aggravating factors, and (2) the Court determines that the defendant has proved the mitigating factors marked below by a preponderance of the evidence. If grossly aggravating factor No. 1.a., 1.b., 1.c., 1.d., 1.e., or 1.f. is marked below, the Court determines that the State has proved that grossly aggravating factor beyond a reasonable doubt. If aggravating factor No. 8 or 9 is marked below, the Court determines that the State has proved that aggravating factor beyond a reasonable doubt (applies to offenses committed on or after August 30, 2007). G.S. 20-179 District Court: The defendant has been convicted of impaired driving (G.S. 20-138.1). Based upon the evidence presented at the trial and sentencing hearing in District (NOTE: Either Nos. 1 and 2 or No. 3 apply in each case except aiders and abettors. If No. 1 is checked, No. 2.a. or No. 2.b. must also be checked.) 1. The defendant a. has been convicted of a prior offense involving impaired driving which conviction occurred within seven (7) years before the date of this offense. b. has two or more convictions as described in No. 1.a. (Level One punishment is required.) c. has been convicted of an offense involving impaired driving which conviction occurred after the date of the offense for which the defendant is being sentenced but before or contemporaneously with the sentencing in this case. d. has two or more convictions as described in No. 1.c. (Level One punishment is required.) e. has a prior conviction in District Court for an offense involving impaired driving, the conviction was appealed to Superior Court, the appeal has been withdrawn or the case has been remanded back to District Court, and a new sentencing hearing for the case has not been held pursuant to G.S. 20-38.7. (Applies to offenses committed on or after August 30, 2007.) f. has two or more convictions as described in No.1.e. (Level One punishment is required.) (Applies to offenses committed on or g. drove, at the time of the current offense, while the defendant's drivers license was revoked under G.S. 20-28 and the revocation was an impaired driving revocation under G.S. 20-28.2(a). h. caused, by the defendant's impaired driving at the time of the current offense, serious injury to another person. i. drove, at the time of the current offense, while a child under the age of 16 years was in the vehicle. 2. Therefore, the following level of punishment shall be imposed: a. Level One punishment, because at least two grossly aggravating factors in No. 1 apply to this defendant. (NOTE: Each prior conviction is a separate grossly aggravating factor.) b. Level Two punishment, because only one grossly aggravating factor in No. 1 applies to this defendant. 3. There are no grossly aggravating factors. AGGRAVATING FACTORS - G.S. 20-179(d): (NOTE: Except for the factors in subdivisions 8 and 9 below, the conduct constituting the aggravating factor must occur during the same transaction or 1. The defendant's faculties were grossly impaired at the time the defendant was driving. 0.16 0.15 (use for offenses committed on or after December 1, 2007) 2. The defendant had an alcohol concentration of at least within a relevant time after the driving. 3. The driving of the defendant was especially reckless. 4. The driving of the defendant was especially dangerous. 5. The negligent driving of the defendant led to an accident causing property damage of $1,000.00 or more, or property damage of any amount to a vehicle seized pursuant to G.S. 20-28.3. 6. The negligent driving of the defendant led to an accident causing personal injury. 7. The defendant was driving while the defendant's drivers license was revoked. 8. The defendant had at least two prior convictions of a motor vehicle offense not involving impaired driving, which occurred within five (5) years of this offense, and a. all were offenses for which at least three (3) points were assigned under G.S. 20-16. b. all were offenses for which the defendant's drivers license was subject to revocation. c. at least one was an offense for which at least three (3) points were assigned under G.S. 20-16 and at least one was an offense for which the defendant's drivers license was subject to revocation. 9. The defendant had at least one prior conviction of an offense involving impaired driving that occurred more than seven (7) years before the date of this offense. 10. The defendant has been convicted under G.S. 20-141.5 of speeding while fleeing or attempting to elude apprehension. 11. The defendant has been convicted under G.S. 20-141 of speeding by at least 30 m.p.h. over the legal limit. after August 30, 2007.) I. GROSSLY AGGRAVATING FACTORS - G.S. 20-179(c) II. AGGRAVATING AND MITIGATING FACTORS - G.S. 20-179(d) AND (e) occurrence as this impaired driving offense.) AOC-CR-311, Rev. 12/07 © 2007 Administrative Office of the Courts Original - File Material opposite unmarked squares is to be disregarded as surplusage. (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 12. The defendant passed a stopped school bus in violation of G.S. 20-217. 13. Additional factors that aggravate the seriousness of this offense: 14. There are no aggravating factors. MITIGATING FACTORS - G.S. 20-179(e): NOTE: Except for the factors in subdivisions 4, 6, and 7 below, the conduct constituting the mitigating factor must occur during the same transaction or occurrence as this impaired driving offense. 1. There was a slight impairment of the defendant's faculties resulting solely from alcohol; and, the defendant's alcohol concentration did not exceed 0.09 at any relevant time after

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