DWIs are a major issue in the State of Texas and the Texas legislature and the courts have made navigating the DWI waters more difficult in the recent years. Depending on your driving record and prior DWI history, a DWI conviction could have you facing imprisonment. Even a first DWI offense could have you facing serious consequences, including fines, jail time, loss of driving privileges, and surcharges.
If you have been arrested and charged with a DWI in Texas and served with a Notice of Suspension on your license, you have only fifteen days after the date the notice is served to request an administrative hearing. If you fail to make a timely request for hearings, then your driver's license will be automatically suspended. It is imperative that you contact us immediately to protect your right to a hearing. Contact us today
to begin your defense.
Our experience and knowledge of the Texas criminal justice system allow us to explore every legal and factual defense that may be available in our clients' cases.