DWI / Intoxication Cases—That’s All I Do

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May 8, 2024May 24, 2024

DWI / Intoxication Cases—That's All I Do Can a DWI be Expunged in Texas A DWI arrest in Texas can be expunged under Texas law, under certain circumstances. That is good news because a DWI arrest, even without a conviction, can have long term effect on your life. Insurance rates, new job opportunities, promotions, renting...

April 7, 2023May 23, 2024

DWI / Intoxication Cases—That's All I Do Can I Still Drive?I was arrested for DWI and the police took my driver license. Can I still drive? When you are arrested for DWI, in most cases, they will take your driver’s license. This does not mean you cannot drive. The fact that you were arrested for...

March 27, 2023March 24, 2024
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DWI / Intoxication Cases—That's All I Do First DWI Consequences First DWI offenses without any other aggravating circumstances are class B misdemeanors in Texas. The maximum punishment is 180 days in jail, a $2,000.00 fine and an additional statutory state fine of $3,000.00. You can also receive up to two years probation. Aggravating factors increase...

March 27, 2023March 24, 2024

DWI / Intoxication Cases—That's All I Do DWI Case Dismissed After ALR Hearing The ALR hearing (driver license hearing) is critical for setting up a DWI defense. In this case, the ALR hearing allowed me to develop and lock down conflicting observations between the initial officer that spoke to my client and the DWI officer...

March 17, 2023March 24, 2024

DWI / Intoxication Cases—That's All I Do DWI 2nd Crash Case Dismissed MC* was arrested for her second DWI after crashing into two parked cars. When the officer arrived at the crash scene, MC was seated in the driver’s seat and was highly intoxicated. The vehicle was off and was inoperable. There were several empty...

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