Driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) are serious offenses in Texas.
If convicted, you could face:
It's important to note that second and third offenses, DWI's involving a child passenger, and DWI's resulting in an accident carry even more serious punishments.
Make sure that you act now and contact a Plano DWI defense lawyer as soon as you can.
At the Law Office of Mac Morris, I've developed a tried-and-true process for contesting drunk driving charges, and it begins the moment you call my office for a free consultation. In my over 20 years as a criminal defense attorney in Texas, I have handled roughly 500 DWI jury trials. You'd be hard-pressed to find more trial experience anywhere else!
After being charged with a DWI, you can expect the following process:
Specifically, I will be investigating to make sure that the arresting officer had a legal reason to stop you in the first place and was properly certified to perform the sobriety tests that were administered. I will also be determining if you were properly advised of your constitutional rights and if the testing equipment being used was operating in compliance with applicable Texas standards.
Because a DWI arrest can become a permanent part of your criminal record and professional background history, it is important to exercise your legal right to challenge this charge. Let an experienced Plano DWI attorney defend you.
To schedule a free evaluation, call me today at (972) 885-6325.