Can my license be suspended before my DWI trial?

Those who are arrested for DWI are equally as concerned about going to jail as they are about losing their driving privileges. Indeed, each DWI arrest has the potential for two separate license suspensions, one for being convicted criminally, and one for refusing or failing a breath or blood test …

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How to Choose a DWI Lawyer

A DWI Specialist combines knowledge of science with effective criminal defense acumen and skills to turn over every rock until he or she finds something that may make the difference in the ability to mount a proper defense. If an attorney isn’t willing to do that job, then they shouldn’t be …

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The Difference Between DWI & DUI in Texas

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 require proof of impairment; rather, it requires …

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What is an expunction?

In order to qualify for an expunction, your offense must meet the following criteria: 1) You were wrongly arrested, but never prosecuted, 2) Your case was dismissed, 3) You went to trial and the Judge or Jury found you Not Guilty. Just because your case was dismissed doesn’t mean…

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Medical Application and Expunctions for Pilots with DWI

People involved in aviation are particularly open for over-the-top punishment if they get a DWI. If you are a licensed commercial or private pilot, you may be declined accident insurance coverage which means your company will terminate you. The Federal Aviation Administration often sanctions …

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