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How Much Alcohol Does It Take to Be at Risk of a DWI?

Published: Feb 08, 2019 in Criminal Defense, DWI

There are pre-determined standards for the amount of alcohol in your body that can lead to DWI (driving while intoxicated) charges. If you are over 21 and operating a personal vehicle, the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit is 0.08 percent. When you are under 21 years of age, any detectable amount of alcohol in your body can lead to a DUI charge. If you have your commercial driver’s license (CDL) and are in a commercial vehicle at the time of the stop, the legal limit is 0.04 percent. You…


A Houston DWI Lawyer Explains What Will Happen to Your Teen If Charged with Underage DUI

Published: Dec 10, 2018 in DWI, Juvenile Crimes

It is exciting and scary when your teen gets their driver’s license. If you provide them with a vehicle, they can get to school, after-school activities, and social events on their own. It can be a relief for your schedule. But the license and a car also give them a great deal of freedom and puts them at risk. They could get hurt in a crash. They could cause a collision. They could speed and get ticketed. Or, they could make the wrong choice of drinking or doing drugs before…

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Common Lab Mistakes in DWI Cases

Published: Oct 23, 2018 in Criminal Defense, DWI

When you find yourself charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI), you’re likely feeling nervous and worried about what your situation might lead to. Will you go to jail? What will happen to your driver’s license? Will you have to go to court? As these and other questions run through your mind, you should consider reaching out for help. A lot can happen from the point of your arrest through the end of a legal case, so it’s important to retain the counsel of a skilled Houston DWI attorney who knows…

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Your DWI Lawyer Should Have Advanced Training

Published: Oct 02, 2018 in Criminal Defense, DWI

If you have been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas, you need to give a great deal of thought to who represents you in court. There are a lot of myths surrounding DWI charges and sentencing. At this point, you may think a conviction is inevitable. You might believe that if you have been charged, then the prosecutor has enough to convict you. The truth is, some attorneys may think that too. Lawyers with minimal DWI defense experience may believe it is better for their clients…

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What to Do When Your Child Is Charged with DWI in Texas

Published: Sep 28, 2018 in Criminal Defense, DWI, Juvenile Crimes

If your son or daughter was arrested for intoxicated driving in Texas, you need to hire an attorney. Texas has a zero-tolerance policy for underage drivers when it comes to alcohol. When your child is 20 years or younger and an officer believes they have any amount of alcohol in their system, they can expect to face charges. Depending on the circumstances, your child could face charges for driving under the influence (DUI), or they could be charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI). Either situation needs to be taken seriously….