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This lawyer was a blessing! I didn’t think my DWI could be lowered because of my circumstances and he reduced it to a lower charge. He truly cares about his clients and he’s easy to talk to and super nice!​
Bianca
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Austin DWI Defense

Driving While Intoxicated charges can happen to anyone who drives. Field Sobriety Tests are not reliable. Breath and Blood Tests have issues. Police are focused on making an arrest. Too many innocent people are arrested and charged with DWI. If you have been charged with a DWI, give us a call.

Frequently Asked Questions

A DWI defense attorney investigates the circumstances surrounding the DWI arrest and scrutinizes its validity. Intoxication is a legal term that an expert must evaluate on a case by case basis. Every person’s sobriety or intoxication level is different. We investigate every case and fight for the best results for you.

A DUI or DUIA (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol) is a criminal charge for minors under 17 years of age. It is a Class C Misdemeanor. A DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) is the criminal charge for anyone 17 years or older. It can be charged as a Class B Misdemeanor, Class A Misdemeanor, or even up to a Felony. We make sure your case is charged correctly and never higher than allowed by law.

DWI charges can end in a dismissal, a not guilty verdict, a reduction in the charges, or a conviction. The punishment for each case can be different depending on whether a jury or judge decides the issues. We fight for a dismissal first and demand the best results on every case.

A DWI must be investigated immediately for the best results. A person arrested for DWI has only 15 days to request a hearing on any determination of DWI for their driver’s license. It is always necessary to question the police under oath why they arrested someone. Don’t let your case go uninvestigated.

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