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The Benefits of a Houston DWI Lawyer Who is a DWI Specialist by NCDD Over a Criminal Defense Attorney

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HOUSTON DWI LAWYER VS DWI SPECIALIST

Trichter & LeGrand DWI Lawyers

America offers a lot of all-in-one alternatives. 

Think about doctors. 

General practitioners listen attentively to health complaints but don’t have deep experience in one particular area. 

That’s where they often refer you to a specialist. 

DWI defense is very similar.

If you are ever arrested for DWI in Houston, consider the benefits of having a Houston DWI Specialist by the National College for DUI Defense who has specific, trained knowledge about more than just the law. 

DWI arrests involve not only the standards of the Texas Department of Public Safety, but they also involve your specific anatomy combined with the laws of biology, chemistry and physics.

A DWI Specialist understands how alcohol interacts with your respiratory and cardiovascular systems, and how this interaction can affect your blood alcohol and breath tests.

Before you walk in the door, check to make sure your DWI Specialist has an effective library of knowledge, trial exhibits, and the research skills to evaluate all factors involved in your situation – including background profiles of law enforcement officers, their conduct and public arrests.

A DWI specialist should use all of these skills to examine and investigate every detail related to your case because that is what you hire them to do. 

You need more than all-in-one representation, you need a skilled DWI Specialist to provide you with everything they’ve got to make a difference in your situation.

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Boating While Intoxicated Season in Houston

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BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED SEASON IN HOUSTON

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Now that the weather is warming up, Texans will be hitting our waterways in Conroe, Livingston, Houston or Galveston in record numbers. 

That means boating and drinking. 

Let us say this first and foremost: If you’re the captain of a water vessel,  keep the safety of your passengers, yourself and other boaters in mind–don’t drink while boating.

Boating while intoxicated (BWI) is a serious charge in Texas. 

If fact, a BWI charge is every bit as serious as driving while intoxicated (DWI). 

You can be charged with BWI which is a Class B misdemeanor if the officer thinks you’re intoxicated while operating a watercraft. 

That charge comes with a minimum confinement of 72 hours.

 

Boating while intoxicated is a serious crime in Houston, Texas. Don’t drink and operate a boat on Texas waters.

The attorneys at Trichter & LeGrand understand that a boating while intoxicated charge can hurt your reputation the same as a DWI or DUI arrest can. 

Be sure to consult a DWI Specialist criminal defense attorney for a BWI charge because the cards are stacked against you. 

The flawed breath and blood testing as well as the unfairness of the shoreside field sobriety tests give law enforcement an advantage, so you must know your rights as well as have an aggressive attorney on your side to represent you.

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