When you are pulled over on suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated the likelihood of being arrested is high as soon as you step out of the car.
With a Driving While Intoxicated Lawyer from Trichter & LeGrand in your corner, we’ll aggressively defend your rights.
Being arrested in Texas for DWI, or DUI (for minors under 21 years) can be devastating both personally and professionally.
It can cost you thousands of dollars in fines and fees and could cost you your job.
Our Driving While Intoxicated lawyers are here to help you understand a DWI in Texas.
The punishment and fines for a first conviction Driving While Intoxicated depend upon a few factors that can escalate your punishment and fines.
Depending upon your blood or breath alcohol level (BAC), you could be charged with a class A or B misdemeanor.
If the arrest was prior to September 1, 2019: view the penalties here
If the arrest was after September 1, 2019: view the penalties here
Our founder, Gary Trichter, is a DWI Specialist By The National College For DUI Defense and has been aggressively defending Texas clients who need to preserve their valuable reputations since 1980.
He co-authored the textbook, Texas Drunk Driving Law, and has authored or co-authored more than 46 legal and Aviation articles.
His partner, Leslie LeGrand, is Board-Certified In Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and recognized as a leading Houston DWI Attorney.
Together, they have spoken at more than 300 seminars on Criminal Defense and Driving While Intoxicated, and they have taught lawyers, Judges, and prosecutors about various aspects of the law.
We Practice In All Counties including Harris county, Montgomery county, Fort Bend county, and Webster county.
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