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The majority of DWI cases resolve before the trial phase. Generally, defendants opt to enter a guilty plea in exchange for reduced charges or a lighter sentence. If you have decided to fight the charges and go to trial, nothing is as important as...

Oct 29, 2021 Read More...

A DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) conviction, regardless of the way it is prosecuted, will change your life since you can face driver's license suspension, extended probationary sentences, and the lengthy repercussions of getting a criminal...

Sep 13, 2021 Read More...

A revoked license can cause significant inconveniences in your life, especially if you must use your car every day. Often, driver’s licenses are revoked in Texas as a penalty after facing a DWI charge. Subsequently, you need to understand the license...

Jul 20, 2021 Read More...

The effects of a DWI conviction in Texas weigh differently on each person. Sentences vary depending on the circumstances of your arrest and your previous history. Whether you’re a first-time offender or have been previously convicted of DWI, the...

Jun 16, 2021 Read More...

You will lose your driver’s license if the prosecution finds you guilty of violating Texas’ DWI laws. In most instances, you will lose your license for between 90 days to two years, depending on the number of prior DWI offenses. Restoring your license...

May 28, 2021 Read More...

You are driving down the highway after a party at your friend’s house. Just as you are about to take a turn, you see the all familiar blue lights flashing behind you. You have no option but to pull over. The officer comes over and asks for your...

May 10, 2021 Read More...

The number of DWI laws being enacted to discourage drunk driving has been on the rise. Many drivers who never thought of themselves as criminals find themselves on the wrong side of the law. They make desperate calls to a DWI attorney any time of the...

Feb 26, 2021 Read More...

The police may set up DWI checkpoints to curb intoxicated driving. If you pass by these checkpoints while driving, a law enforcement officer may motion you to pull over and subject you to a sobriety test. Often, the police decide to set up checkpoints...

May 30, 2020 Read More...
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