The loss of your license is one of the two main penalties from a DWI conviction. That is another added expense you could do without in more ways than one. We tend to take our driving privileges for granted, until we no longer have those privileges.
For most, being able to drive to and from work is a necessity. It is a good possibility some who are convicted will lose their job because of lack of reliable transportation. Let us help you avoid any additional hardships brought on by the DWI charge.
A DWI goes on your permanent record. There is a way to have it expunged, as if it never happened. In the case you wish to attempt having your DWI expunged, you will need a well versed, experienced DWI attorney, who is educated in DWI laws and knows them inside and out.
After beating the case against the State of Texas and the Department of Transportation, your case will go up for an expungement hearing, and if granted, your DWI charge will disappear from your record.