Aside from the costly fines that come with a DWI, you are also at risk of losing your license and driving privileges. That can be another added expense you could do without. We tend to take our driving privileges for granted until we do not have those privileges anymore. Most people depend on the ability to drive to and from work. If you have your license suspended, that may interfere with your having reliable transportation to work and can potentially end in job loss.
A DWI goes on your permanent record. There is a way to have it expunged as if it never happened in the first place. In that case, you will need a well versed experienced DWI attorney, who is educated in DWI law and knows it inside and out. After we help you beat your case against the State of Texas and the Department of Transportation, your case can go up for an expungement hearing, and if granted, your DWI charge will disappear from your record.