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Atascosa County DUI lawyer

Whether you are arrested for underage DWI, first-time DWI, or multiple DWIs, the penalties and impact on your daily life can be severe. Those convicted of DWI can have a hard time securing the job they want, getting loans, and other difficulties. When facing any DWI charge, it is critical to enlist the services of a skilled DWI lawyer who can fight for reduced or dropped charges.

Depending on your criminal record and the circumstances of your DWI charges, your attorney may be able to arrange probation, which is beneficial in many ways. 

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Pleasanton DWI lawyer

If you are arrested for DWI in Texas, or you refuse a blood-alcohol test after being pulled over by law enforcement, and you do not immediately take steps to protect your driver's license, it can be suspended anywhere from 90 days to two years. If you are a commercial driver’s license (CDL) holder, it can be an automatic one-year revocation. 

Often a court will order an individual to have their vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device (IID) as a condition of their bond or as a condition of probation. This device will only allow a vehicle to start once the driver has successfully passed a breathalyzer test. The driver may also be required to provide periodic tests while the vehicle is in operation. 

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Atascosa County DWI lawyer

Like every state, driving while intoxicated laws are aggressively enforced by police and the courts in Texas because statewide, a person is injured or killed in an alcohol-related crash every 20 minutes.

Regardless of whether you are a first-time DWI offender or you have multiple DWI charges on your criminal record, a DWI conviction can severely impact your life. As a Class B misdemeanor, a DWI can result in anywhere from three days to six months in jail, a license suspension of up to two years, and $2,000 in fines. A DWI charge can negatively affect your employability, especially if you perform a job that requires a commercial driver’s license (CDL).

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Wilson County DWI defense lawyer FAQWhat is a DWI?

DWI is short for Driving While Intoxicated. In Texas, DWI is defined as having lost the normal use of your physical or mental faculties or having a blood alcohol concentration above .08.

Is a DWI the same thing as a DUI?

No, these are very different legal terms. A DWI, or Driving While Intoxicated, refers to someone who is driving a vehicle and has lost the normal use of their mental or physical faculties. However, a DUI, or Driving Under the Influence, refers to someone under the age of 21 with any detectable amount of alcohol in their system. 

How do the police test for blood alcohol concentration?

After your arrest, the police will either ask you to submit to a breath test or a blood draw. 

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