Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) And The Holiday Season
Along with the holiday season comes a wide array of social engagements that involve the consumption of alcohol. Law enforcement is well aware of this fact and they make a conscious effort to step up DWI enforcement. Furthermore their “no refusal” policy, which is frequently employed during this time of the year, results in the widespread acquisition of blood draw warrants.
A DWI conviction can be a devastating blow to your permanent record. Most people are not aware that taking probation on a DWI case in Texas results in a final conviction and prevents you from applying to have your record sealed at a later date. For this reason employing a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer to defend you against a DWI charge is critical. Call us today to discuss your legal options.