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What Happens Next After A DWI Arrest?
There are usually both Motor Vehicle & Court
Proceedings required when a DWI or Drunk Driving citation has been issued.
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Lawyer For DWI/DUI Defense
Texas DWI laws are both political and complex. Moreover, since the laws change so often and the consequences of even a first conviction are so severe, finding a lawyer who is experienced at handling
DWI, Drunk Driving, Driving While Intoxicated cases should be your top priority.
If you've never been through this before you probably don't know where to begin in your search for a
lawyer. Further, not knowing what to look for in a
Texas DWI trial defense lawyer makes the challenge of finding the right lawyer even more difficult. You'll need to find an experienced, competent defense lawyer who can explore factual and legal defenses, review your case for defects, move to suppress evidence, compel discovery of such things as calibration and maintenance records of the breath machine, negotiate for a reduction in charges, obtain expert witnesses for trial, protect your driving privileges and safeguard your constitutional rights.
Above all else you should attempt to retain an attorney who devotes the vast majority of his or her practice to the defense of DWI cases. No attorney can give you a guarantee on the outcome of your case, however, retaining a firm that emphasizes DWI defense will maximize the chances of a successful conclusion. If you do not have a sense of comfort and confidence after meeting with an attorney about your case you should look further.
lawyer or law firm have extensive experience in DWI pretrial investigation and litigation?
lawyer or law firm have a reputation for going to trial or for pleading cases guilty?
Do you feel a strong sense of confidence in the lawyer's or law firm's ability to professionally handle your case, and do you feel comfortable with the manner in which the lawyer communicates with you? Does the lawyer seem genuinely interested in you and your case?
Is the financial arrangement clearly defined?
Questions you should ask to find the best DWI Defense Lawyer for your case:
What part of your practice is dedicated to defending DWI cases?
How many DWI cases have you handled?
How many of your cases plead guilty as charged?
Are you affiliated with the National College for DUI Defense?
What other organizations do you belong to that advocate aggressive DWI defense?
Are you familiar with the CMI Intoxilizer 5000 breath machine used in Texas?
Have you completed training on the proper use of the CMI Intoxilizer 5000 breath machine?
Do you own a CMI Intoxilizer 5000 breath machine?
Have you completed training on the proper administration of Standardized Field Sobriety
Will you handle my license suspension case in addition to the DWI charge?
Do you regularly appear in the court in which I'm charged?
Will the lawyer I hire be the lawyer who actually handles my case? In other words, does
the lawyer go to court, or will one of his employees handle my case.
What will it cost to get a good lawyer?
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Influence (DUI) in the state of Texas. Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County and Bastrop County. Austin, Georgetown, Manor, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Del Valle, Cedar Park, San Marcos, Bastrop.