Austin DUI Info Lawyer

If you operate a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs—including prescription drugs—you could be charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

Most DWI offenses are alcohol-related.  The state of Texas treats drunk driving very seriously, and if you or your loved one is facing such a charge, the Austin DWI attorney can help.  

It is important to request a hearing with the DMV following your DWI arrest. Yes, you read that correctly. You must request a DMV hearing within 15 calendar days of your DWI arrest even if you are not ultimately convicted.  Failure to do so will result in the automatic suspension of your license.

The defenses for DWI cases are plentiful to say the least.  Even if the police offers administered field sobriety tests and your chemical and breath tests indicated that your BAC level was above the legal limit, our firm can still help you.  Even BAC test results can be disproved in a court of law.  The science used in breath tests is oftentimes proved to be faulty.  You may not even be a proper subject for breathalyzer testing if you have a physical ailment such as:

Only an experienced DWI lawyer can effectively defend your case.  If you or your loved one has been arrested on count of DWI, contact the law office of the DWI lawyer immediately to begin your case.