DWI Defense

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Arlington DWI Attorney

Legal Counsel in Dallas & Tarrant County

Far too many DWI convictions result from a biased police officer making a judgment call. If they believe that you were intoxicated while driving, you could be facing serious consequences. A law abiding citizen may suddenly have their life torn apart, simply because an officer formed an opinion about a situation. If you have been arrested for a DWI, our firm is ready to protect your rights. Every individual has the right to fight against their charges, even if conviction seems imminent. An Arlington DWI lawyer from our firm may be able to help you dismiss your charges. We take an aggressive approach to every case, never wasting our clients’ time. As a small firm, we are able to focus on each individual client, offering them personal attention. This means that your case will be treated with care, never lumped together with other DWI cases.

Even if you’ve been charged with DWI, you are not guilty until the state proves its case beyond a reasonable doubt. For first-time offenders, the consequences are still very serious, including probation, jail time, and license suspension. You may also have to pay a large amount of fees, including thousands of dollars in surcharges. Your insurance premiums will increase substantially, unless you lose your coverage all together. Regardless of how many traffic violations you have received, you could be facing all of these consequences.

How an Arlington DWI Lawyer Can Help

Our firm has the experience needed to guide you through this process. There are several measures we can take to help protect your rights. First, we would request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing. Our firm would represent you during the hearing, fighting to overturn the suspension of your driver’s license. We would then move to suppress all evidence that violates your Constitutional rights.

If the police did not do their job properly, we would move to have the case be dismissed completely. If necessary, we will take your case to trial, requiring the state to prove to a jury that you really were driving under the influence. If the state cannot convict you, we will move to have the arrest expunged from your record. It’s our goal to keep you aware of your options, rights and alternatives.

If you are looking for a lawyer who will understand your case and protect your personal rights, contact our firm by calling (972) 441-5555 We also offer online case evaluations, which you can fill out at any time.