Arrested for DWI?
If you were arrested for DWI, you probably have many questions:
Does an arrest automatically suspend my driver license?
Will I face more jail time?
How much will this cost me?
Contact me today and I will give you answers to those questions and many more. There are many stories and falsehoods about being arrested for DWI in Texas. Your best source of information and guidance is from a qualified attorney.
Right now, one of the most important things you can do is to make sure that you request an Administrative License Hearing. Failing to do so can result in the suspension of your driver license before your first court date. At our first meeting, I can help you fill out the hearing request – even if you choose not to hire me.
A Texas DWI arrest triggers two separate, but parallel cases: An administrative case and the criminal case. The administrative case determines if the Department of public safety will administratively suspend your driver license. The criminal case first determines your guilt or innocence, then the punishment, and an ultimate decision about your driver’s license.
Like any other challenge in life, reaching a successful outcome for a DWI charge requires a lot of planning. Beginning with our first meeting, I will show you the steps necessary to get that successful outcome for your case.
Call DWI Attorney Al Rowland at (469) 626-7529 today!
The information contained on this website is not intended to serve as legal advice. I believe that information is power and my goal is to give you that information. Please feel free to use this website as a resource for your case. I find that providing clients with information allows for a more meaningful consultation.
Hiring an attorney at the beginning of your DWI case can help ease your mind about what is to come and allow for a more thorough defense. Contact me today at (469) 626-7529.