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Trichter and LeGrand is home to Texas’ first DWI Specialist Gary Trichter. With a combined 75 years experience, we have the legal team to help you fight your DWI case. Our determined legal counsel will fight aggressively to keep your good name and challenge the DWI charges against you that brought you to us. The winning combination gives our clients peace of mind to fight the legal battles ahead.

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Being Charged With A DWI

Does Not Mean You're Guilty!

With thousands of DWI cases successfully fought and won and dismissals for our clients, our team of highly qualified lawyers, who Focus Solely On DWI cases have the experience and confidence to help you fight your DWI charges in Fort Bend, Texas. Simply being charged with a DWI does not mean that you are guilty. You are given the opportunity to fight the case against you in an attempt to keep your license and try to avoid any jail time with our help. It is a good idea to take immediate action today by contacting a DWI attorney.

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Two DIFFERENT Cases Against You

In the State of Texas, a DWI case consists of two separate charges against you. The first charge is from the Department of Transportation, who will be seeking to suspend or revoke your driver’s license. The second case against you is by the State of Texas, which is the criminal case that holds fines and jail time. Both can be fought in court to try to save you from losing your license and spending valuable time in jail.

Within just 15 days from your DWI charge, your license can be suspended. The State of Texas gives you a chance in this fifteen day timeframe to request a License Revocation Hearing to stop your license from being immediately suspended or revoked. It is important that you take advantage of this time and hire a reputable DWI lawyer as soon as possible to assist you in an attempt to have no interruption with your driving privileges. In Fort Bend Texas, Trichter and LeGrand are here to help you try to avoid any lapse or suspension.

A DWI Charge Can Cost You Your Job, License, and Freedom

Aside from the costly fines that come with a DWI, you also run the risk of losing your license. That can be another added expense you could do without. We tend to take driving privileges for granted until we no longer have those privileges. Most people depend on being able to drive to and from work. If you have your license suspended, it may interfere with your ability to get to work, and the guarantee of reliable transportation. Sometimes ending in job loss. We don’t want that to happen to you.

A DWI goes on your permanent record. There is a way to have it disappear from your record by having it expunged, as if the incident never happened. In that case, you will need a well versed and experienced DWI attorney who is educated in DWI law and knows it inside and out. After beating your case against the State of Texas and the Department of Transportation, you can go up for an expungement hearing, and if granted, your DWI charge will vanish from your record.

What Type Of DWI Lawyer Do You Need?

While most criminal attorneys will take your DWI case, not all have the education or experience on the technicalities of this type of charge. It is important to have a lawyer who knows DWI law specifically inside and out when fighting your case. With over 75 years of collective experience on our legal team at Trichter and LeGrand, we are proud to have Gary Trichter his expertise and Texas DWI specialized training. Gary Trichter has over 40 years of experience fighting all different levels of DWI cases in the state of Texas, as well as the education and certification from the National College of DUI defense. Which is recognized by the American Bar Association. One of only five DWI specialists in the great State of Texas. Trichter and LeGrand is home to the first specially certified DWI specialist in Texas.

Penalties For A DWI in Texas

The penalties for a DWI in Fort Bend Texas can be costly. As of September 1, 2019, the penalties for a DWI have changed. The possible time in jail remains the same. For a class B and A. Anywhere from 3 to 180 days in jail for the first offense, for a class B, and up to 365 days in jail for a class A license. The fines however have risen. 

For a first time DWI, the fine is now up to $3,000 to be paid within a 36 month time period. For a second subsequent offense, the fine can go up to $4,500, also to be paid within 36 months. Finally, if your blood alcohol level is 0.15 or higher, at the time of analysis, your fine goes up to $6,000.

 
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YOUR Free Consultation IS JUST ONE CALL AWAY

You have just one chance to fight your DWI case in Fort Bend. If you have been cited for a DWI, give us a call today at Trichter and LeGrand. It will be the most important call you will make today to fight your DWI case.

Every DWI case is unique and takes a different approach. We will study your case and give you all information pertaining to your charge as well as the penalties that go along with it. We will keep you informed from the beginning as we fight for you to keep your license, but our ultimate goal is for your DWI case against you to be dismissed. 

Our DWI hotline is open 24/7, for all of your questions. Call us today at 713-524-1010 for a free consultation.

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