Dallas-Fort Worth DWI And DUI Defense Attorney
In addition to the significant fines that you will pay outright, conviction for a DWI offense may result in a license suspension, spiked insurance rates for years, and a negative effect on background checks. The penalties only increase with aggravating factors or with multiple offenses. The situation can be catastrophic if you are a commercial driver’s license (CDL) holder.
As such, it is important to not immediately plead guilty and pay the fine. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your charge, you may be able to mitigate consequences or even reach an outright dismissal.
What is the difference between DWI and DUI in Texas?
DWI is driving while intoxicated that requires a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of .08 or above. DUI is driving under the influence, is a lesser offense and can be charged for less than .08 BAC.
For over 20 years, our law firm has been aggressively fighting traffic tickets and DWI charges. Our lawyers will work with you to do everything to understand your case and help you reach a best possible outcome.
DWI In North Texas?
Call A Lawyer At Jack Byno & Associates For An Initial Consultation • 817-685-0912
We are prepared to bring experience and knowledge to help you address any DWI issue, including:
- Drug DWI
- Field sobriety tests
- Breathalyzer refusal and failure
- ALR hearings
- CDL DWI
- Minor DWI
- Repeat offense and felony DWI
Regardless of your circumstances, if you have been charged with drunk driving, it is extremely important to take decisive action to protect your rights. We encourage you to get in touch and schedule an initial consultation to discuss any DWI issue.
Contact me, a Dallas-Fort Worth DWI attorney, today for a consultation about DWIs. Our lawyers represent clients in Tarrant County, Dallas County, Denton County, Collin County and cities throughout North Texas.
Fines and court costs are not included in fees for legal representation.