Aside from the costly fines that come along with a DWI, you also run the risk of losing your license. That is another expense you could do without. We tend to take our driving privileges for granted until we no longer have the privilege anymore. Most people depend on driving to and from work. If you have your license suspended by Texas, it may interfere with your ability to get to work or have reliable transportation. Sometimes unfortunately ending in losing your job. We do not want that happening to you.
A DWI goes on your permanent record, which in some cases can negatively affect employment or other opportunities in life. There is a way to have it disappear from your record by having it expunged, as if the charge never existed. In that case, you will need a well versed and experienced DWI lawyer 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.