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Donít Let A Texas Driving While
Intoxicated (DWI) Arrest Ruin Your Life!
Know Your Texas DWI Rights!
I will fight for your license, your
freedom and your our dignity!
As an experienced Austin DWI lawyer, I understand that you're
probably feeling confused, angry, or somewhat fearful about what's
happened to you.
When you have been investigated or arrested for any criminal offense
such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), or any Felony Charge, you
have an absolute right to be concerned. As a Texas DWI defense attorney, I know
that facing criminal charges may
be one of the most frightening things you have encountered. Some of
the possible consequences that can result from a DWI arrest or DWI
charge conviction include the restriction or loss of your Texas
driverís license, an increase in insurance costs, fines, court
costs, a Driverís License Surcharge of between $3,000.00 and
$6,000.00, and even the possibility of jail. As you can see, Driving
While Intoxicated (DWI) can be a very serious charge.
Texas law says that the County Attorney needs only to prove that after
drinking you were not able to drive your car in a ďnormalĒ capacity.
That sounds pretty cut and dried, but it is not quite as simple as
You see, if challenged, the County Attorney must also show all of
That the arresting officer made the arrest properly,
That you were properly advised of your rights,
That the equipment the officer used to test you was working
Even that the person operating the equipment was certified to operate
Further, the officer that administers the "standard field sobriety
tests" should have successfully completed the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
student class before administering these tests. I have successfully
completed training for the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. What does that
mean to you? It means that in addition to grading you on your
performance of the tests, I will also grade the officer to ensure
that he or she conducted the tests properly. If the tests were not
conducted properly, this can be disclosed to the County Attorney or
the jury to show that the tests results were unreliable and should
not be believed.
Important Fact When Considering a DWI
Criminal Defense Lawyer