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Former Harris County Prosecutor

Need a lawyer to represent you in your DWI case in Texas? DWI stands for Driving While Intoxicated and if you are charged with this offense, you will need a DWI attorney you can trust. Our firm provides DWI defense in Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery and surrounding counties. Need help with an Administrative License Revocation Hearing (ALR) hearing? We’ve got you covered! As a former prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, I handled thousands of misdemeanor and felony cases. In fact, I was the first Harris County Assistant District Attorney to try a criminal case via Zoom in the office. Navigating a caseload of 2,600 cases while in the DA’s office, I know the courtroom and procedures that can get you the best possible results. The initial consultation is free and our law firm provides the highest level of representation at a reasonable cost.

Whether this is your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th DWI offense, you need an experienced attorney on your side to provide you with zealous representation to preserve you livelihood, reputation, and freedom. We will develop the best defense strategy for your case. We can also help you with your DWI case without the hassle of traveling to an attorney’s physical office to start the process. Our firm has adopted technological means of communication and a payment system to make the process less stressful and to accommodate your schedule. Contact>>

Houston DWI Lawyer

img3After gathering the evidence, we will determine if a dismissal, acquittal, reduced charges or trial is best for your case. You can trust that we will aggressively fight for the outcome you deserve. We will build a defense you can trust will yield the best results possible.

How Can A DWI Affect My Future?

img2You can receive a jail or prison sentence, fines, suspension of a driver’s license. Unfortunately, having a DWI charge can affect your chances of obtaining employment, renting a home, or getting into the college or university of your choice. If you are applying for a job, you may have to reveal your arrest on the employment application. Your car insurance rates may increase. Having a DWI arrest can have serious consequences on your livelihood. We will fight hard to protect your livelihood. Contact>>

Other Criminal Defense Practice Areas

We also provide criminal defense representation in the following areas: Drug Offenses, Possession of a Controlled Substance Offenses, Violent Crimes, Domestic Violence, Assaults, Burglary of a Habitation, Robbery, Shoplifting/Theft, Sex Offenses, Weapons Charge, Felon in Possession of a Weapon, Fraud, Money Laundering, Online Solicitation. We handle misdemeanor and felony cases.

Texas Counties and Cities We Serve

Harris, Brazoria, Galveston, Chambers, Liberty, Montgomery, Fort Bend, Houston, Sugarland, Richmond, Katy, Missouri City, Rosenberg.


In Texas, a person commits a DWI offense if he operates a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated. There are two ways to prove Intoxication in Texas: 1) Not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol (or drug); and 2) Having an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher.

During an investigation for DWI, the officer will perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, SFSTs, to determine probable cause for an arrest. After an arrest for a DWI, the officer will read the statutory warnings and ask you for a specimen of your breath or blood. If you refuse a warrant for your blood will be executed. The officer will take your driver’s license and will issue you a temporary license.

This permit is only valid for 14 days. You must request a hearing within 15 days of being served notice, usually, the date of the arrest to request an ALR hearing to contest the suspension of your driver’s license. Your license will automatically be suspended if you do not request a hearing within 15 days of your arrest or suspension notice date.

Penalties for a DWI in Texas:

  • First Offense – Class B Misdemeanor, punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine.
  • Second Offense – Class A misdemeanor, punishable by up to one year in jail and a $4,000 fine.
  • Third Offense – Third-degree felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
  • DWI Enhanced – If it is shown at your trial that your BAC was .15 or higher at the time of testing the charge will be elevated to a Class A misdemeanor even though it is your first offense.

If you are convicted, your license can be suspended for up to two years for each offense. To retain your license you must pay an annual surcharge for a three-year period. The judge may also require an ignition interlock device, such as a guardian interlock on your vehicle and other conditions.

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