After an arrest for Driving While Intoxicated, or DWI, many clients express feelings of helplessness. When you have no idea what you are up against, fear of the unknown is a normal reaction. Rather than jumping to conclusions, get the information you need from a DWI lawyer in Fort Worth; call now! Come to my office and talk to me as soon as possible. The initial meeting will not cost you anything but your time.
There is more to the story than whether you had been drinking and driving (drinking and then driving is legal as long as you are not intoxicated). The Government has the burden to prove that you were intoxicated at the time you were driving. The Government also has to prove that they had a legal reason to pull you over. They must prove that you failed the tests that they administered; however, first they must prove that the tests were administered according to the established guidelines. Together, we will attack the validity of the traffic-stop, the validity of the road-side testing, the credibility of the road-side test results, the validity of the breath/blood test, and the credibility of the breath/blood test results. I will take your DWI to trial in Fort Worth (Tarrant County).
When you need a DWI Defense Attorney in Fort Worth, call The Law Office of Paul Previte.
Take a minute to fully consider just a few of the possible consequences of a first time DWI arrest: a permanent criminal record, license suspension, greatly increased insurance rates, immobilization of your vehicle unless the vehicle is equipped with an interlock device (this will prevent your vehicle from operating without you first providing a breath sample), loss of your CDL privileges, at least 24 hours of community service, victim impact panels, drug and alcohol classes and testing, jail, alcohol evaluations and counseling, and mandatory attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous.
Many clients initially tell me that they want to get the case concluded as soon as possible so that they can get it behind them. The truth is that unless you prevail at trial or unless we can get the case reduced to a different offense, or you are pardoned (highly unlikely), a final DWI conviction will stay on your record forever! I cannot guarantee that you will not be convicted of DWI after a trial, but I can guarantee you that you WILL be convicted of DWI if you simply plead guilty without a fight. If you do not fight, the District Attorney has no incentive to offer you a better option; you have no chance to win.
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WARNING! You only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing to contest your license suspension. If you refused the breath/blood/urine test you face a possible suspension of your license for at least one hundred eighty days. If you submitted to a test which yields a result of .08% or above, you face a possible suspension of your license for at least 90 days. Contact our office immediately for assistance.