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Aaron White

    Aaron White is a DWI defense lawyer based in Houston, Texas, and a former Harris County felony and misdemeanor court prosecutor.

    As a prosecutor, he screened misdemeanors and felonies of all levels, evaluated and prosecuted cases including more than 20 felony trials. He also played an integral part in reconfiguring the Harris County post-conviction review division. In this role, Aaron reviewed petitions for DNA testing of forensic evidence in cases that led to convictions for crimes such as capital murder and sexual assault. During this assignment, Aaron worked hand in hand with the many forensic labs in Harris County and became very familiar with the procedures used by law enforcement and lab personnel in the collection and testing of physical evidence in criminal cases.

    Prior to his experience as a District Attorney, Aaron was an intern in the Tort Litigation Division at the Office of the Attorney General of Texas where he worked alongside attorneys on a variety of tort cases and accompanied them to hearings, depositions, and contested case hearings. He also gained valuable experience working at the Office of Immigration and Customs Services in Atlanta, Georgia where he prepared for hearings and cross-examination of witnesses and tried several cases before Immigration Court under the supervision of Homeland Security attorneys.

    Aaron began his career in the field of strength and conditioning, training collegiate and Olympic level athletes. After deciding to change his career path, and after several moves, Aaron graduated Law School from Georgia State University in 2007 and found his way back to Houston to work at the Harris County District Attorney’s office. He comes to Trichter & LeGrand with a proven track record of success and a very high conviction rate.


    The Law Office of Aaron White, PLLC. (2016-2017)

    Represented clients facing criminal charges ranging from Class B Misdemeanors up to First Degree Felonies

    Assistant District Attorney (2008 – 2016)

    Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Houston, Texas

    Prosecuted over 20 first-chair jury trials, including 5 first-chair homicide cases

    Chief Prosecutor – County Court at Law #2

    Supervised and trained attorneys prosecuting misdemeanors, including DWI cases

    #2 Prosecutor – 248th, 177th, & 232nd Criminal District Courts of Harris County, Texas

    Handled all aspects of the most serious cases in the court, including murder, sexual assault, and aggravated robbery.


    State Bar of Texas, November 2007


    Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, GA

    Juris Doctorate, 2007

    Litigation Honors Designation

    University of Arkansas College of Law, Fayetteville AR

    Candidate for Juris Doctor, 2004-2005

    Dean’s List, Member of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society

    University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, Master of Science in Exercise Science, 2004

    University of Houston, Houston, TX, Bachelor of Science in Exercise



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    Texas DWI Questions

    • What is a DWI 3rd or more and the potential punishment?
    • What is a felony DWI?
    • What is DWI 2nd and the potential punishment?
    • How long will a DWI arrest or a DWI conviction in Texas stay on my record? How will it affect my automobile insurance rates?
    • What is an administrative license revocation (ALR), and why is it important to have an ALR hearing?
    • What are the penalties for a DWI in Texas?
    • What is DUI and its potential punishment?
    • What is DWI and its potential punishment?


    According to the State of Texas, a DWI third offense is when an individual is arrested for DWI and has previously been convicted two times of DWI. If you are convicted of a third DWI, this third-degree felony can result in A fine up to $10,000 Betwe ...

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    Felony DWI in Texas charges are very serious and can have a major impact on your life beyond just the punishment stated. A felony conviction can disqualify you from voting, obtaining certain jobs, renting certain apartments, and owning a firearm. T ...

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    DWI 2nd is a serious charge. According to the State of Texas, a DWI 2nd charge is when you are arrested for DWI and have previously been convicted once of driving while intoxicated. There is no limit to how old your previous conviction may be in orde ...

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    A DWI conviction produces a permanent record. It is also important to note that a DWI probation, which is also a final conviction, will remain permanently on your criminal record. If, however, your DWI conviction case results in a dismissal, then the ...

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    The best reason to request an administrative license revocation hearing or ALR hearing, first and foremost, is to try to save your driver’s license. The ALR Program is “a civil administrative process unrelated to criminal court proceedings, i ...

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    THE PENALTIES FOR DWI IN TEXAS ARE: The First-Offense penalties for DWI conviction with less than a .15 BAC includes the possibility of a fine not to exceed $2,000.00 and/or a jail sentence from 3 days to 180 days, and a driver’s license suspensio ...

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    Before 1983, DUI meant driving under the influence of drugs or narcotics, but now it only pertains to minors. In Texas, it is never permissible for minors to have any alcohol in their body and drive. DUI punishment as a result of a charge does not re ...

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    DWI is a criminal offense which prohibits you from operating a motor vehicle in a public place while “intoxicated” is defined as having lost the normal use of either mental or physical faculties, or having a .08 alcohol level in either your breat ...

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    Past Results from actual DWI clients

    Television reporter with spouse was in a one-car accident after hitting a tree. .20 BAC — Case Dismissed


    President of brokerage firm was arrested driving home after a meeting with colleagues. Registered a .19 blood test. - Not Guilty.


    Business owner was arrested for DWI while driving home after company birthday party. - Not Guilty.


    College student was arrested for DWI on beach over spring break. Failed blood test. - Not Guilty.