When it comes to defending yourself against DWI or DUI, experience and insight are among your greatest assets. As a Texas DWI attorney for more than 32 years, we have established an extremely successful record defending these types or arrest and alcohol-related cases. That makes me uniquely qualified to handle even the most complicated aspects of your DWI litigation.
After a DUI, it is important to communicate with your skilled DUI lawyer in determining a strong defense. Here are some questions you need to ask yourself after a DUI:
Texas prosecution must prove every element of their cases beyond a reasonable doubt. We know how to stay ahead of the prosecution by aggressively investigating the charges against you. Our firm’s extensive knowledge of field sobriety test and skill with cross-examining arresting officers to establish flaws in their procedure creates a solid basis for a strong defense.
Our commitment to you is that we will work tirelessly to uncover any procedural errors or violations of your constitutional rights that can be used to defend you against these charges and ensure that your rights are fully protected. What’s more, we begin every case with the goal of getting your case “dismissed” or reduced, preventing the loss of your driver’s license, and keeping your criminal record clear. The best scenario for you is always the approach we will pursue.
The State of Texas classifies the charges for DUI and DWI differently from each other. As a result, the best strategies for defense are also different.
Not having normal use of mental or physical faculties due to the consumption of alcohol, drugs, or both.