Are you facing a drunk driving charge in the state of Texas? Possible penalties can include jail time, steep fines, and the loss of your right to drive. It’s important to call our office as soon as possible. Hiring an experienced DWI lawyer following your arrest can make all the difference in keeping you out of jail and on the road.

Texas DWI Attorney

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)The privilege of using an automobile is something we take for granted, and when this privilege is revoked because of a license suspension following a conviction for DWI, it can seriously challenge the independence of the individual concerned. Of course, license suspension in DWI convictions is often accompanied by jail time, expensive fines, and a host of other court-ordered consequences peculiar to drunk driving including alcohol education classes, mandatory attendance at victims’ impact panels, and community service. You may even be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle. The nightmare of a Driving While Intoxicated conviction can be avoided by partnering with a skilled Texas DWI attorney. It is critical that you contact our office immediately following an arrest. Any delay in doing so is simply time wasted when it comes to establishing your criminal defense and safeguarding your rights under Texas state law.

Let Us Protect You and Your Rights

No matter what you were told at the time of your arrest – and no matter what you said to the arresting officers when you were charged – we will thoroughly examine your case. If you think that you may have incriminated yourself unnecessarily by answering a police officer’s questions, let us deal with the fallout. If you consented to a voluntary roadside sobriety test or preliminary breath test and were told that you “failed” one or both of them, tell us what happened  – we’ll tell you if we think the officer may have arrested you without probable cause, and in doing so, made your charges illegitimate. Even if you were informed by law enforcement that you failed the evidentiary breath test given at the police station following your arrest –  there are countless reasons that the results of breath tests (or those of very subjectively interpreted roadside sobriety tests) may not be used to arrest or prosecute you for drunk driving charges.

A Formidable Legal Ally

You are right to be anxious about the consequences of being convicted for drunk driving. It’s wise that you take these charges seriously. Instead of panicking, however, a better option is to schedule a consultation. We have a reputation for ruthlessness on behalf of our clients when it comes to fighting for their rights. Our clients also know that we are there every day of the week and any hour of the day for them when they need us. We can be invaluable partners in persuading a jury to let you keep your driving privileges and your liberty.

Call (979) 743-4153 to speak with an experienced Texas DUI attorney concerning your drunk driving charges. We believe you’ll feel better after talking to us.