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11Tips on How To Avoid a DWI This Holiday Season
Are you looking for tips on how to avoid a DWI this holiday season? Read below to find out how you can avoid spending the night in jail during the holidays: Get a Designated Driver: If you know your holiday celebrations are going to include alcohol, plan ahead and designate a driver to get you...
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11Should I Hire An Attorney For My DUI
Do you have a DUI charge and are looking for legal advice? Hiring a DUI lawyer can make a huge difference in the outcome of your charge. Our team understands that just because you were arrested for a DUI, this does not make you a bad person. If you are wondering “Should I hire an...
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11Common Police Mistakes That Get Your DUI Dismissed
If you have a DUI charge it is possible to get your charges dismissed if your arresting officer made a mistake or there was another error in your DUI case. Working with an experienced DUI attorney can help you to navigate your case for the best possible outcome. Read below to learn about common police...
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11Do You Have To Submit To A Field Sobriety Test in Texas
In the state of Texas, drivers have the right to refuse taking a field sobriety test. This means, FSTs are not required and drivers cannot be directly penalized for not participating in the test. This is because police officers are not able to search for evidence without consent unless they have obtained a warrant. FSTs...
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11Can You Get A DWI Conviction Expunged
What Is “Expungement?” It is not uncommon among juvenile court proceedings to encounter the term “expungement,” or find an expungement order issued by the court. What does it mean? Here, Teaching Legal Docs will explore an expungement order, and try to place the document in a larger context of law and culture. To “expunge” is...
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11How Can An Attorney Help My DWI Case
DUI and DWI cases are serious and can come with severe consequences when not properly handled. Working with an experienced criminal defense lawyer can help you fight a DUI charge and in some situations can even help you to get your case dismissed. The goal of hiring a lawyer is ensuring that you do not...
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11What Impacts the Outcome of a DWI Charge
The state of Texas takes drunk driving and driving under the influence of drugs very seriously. Being charged with a DUI can affect your freedom, ability to drive, criminal record, and more. Many job applicants will be required to submit to a background check where this charge can make you be seen as a high...
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11Is A Second DWI A Felony Or Misdemeanor in Texas
Texas is a state that takes driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs very seriously. If you have a previous record of arrest for a DWI/DUI, working with an attorney is your best option moving forward in your case. Read below to learn more about the legal process following a secondary DWI arrest in...
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11Is A DWI A Criminal Charge
Most DWI and DUIs (driving while under the influence) charges in Texas will be misdemeanor criminal offenses. However, it is possible to have felony charges brought against you for your drunk driving arrest. Most often, a felony DWI/DUI occurs if the driver has been previously convicted of 2 other misdemeanor DWIs. There are other, less...
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11Tips For Handling A DWI Charge
DWI and DUi charges are serious offenses that can come with jail time if not properly handled. Working with an experienced criminal defense attorney can help you to navigate your alcohol abuse charge and walk away with less severe consequences. Below are some tips for handling a DWI charge: Cooperate With Law Enforcement: One of...
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