In Texas, the uniqueness of driving while intoxicated or DWI cases, in short, is that it’s an ever-evolving area of specialty. For any other type of criminal offense, you will typically get a law enforcement officer who will testify.
However, when it comes to DWI cases, specially trained officers are sent to school to learn to identify the symptoms of intoxicated driving.
There’s an entire range of punishment that a person faces with a DWI that will follow them for the rest of their life.
The number one biggest myth is that you’re going to lose.
So it’s important to look for a qualified DWI attorney when you’ve been arrested. You then have a chance to save yourself, but you have to get ahead of the case.
It’s best to have DWI attorneys who are trained in the science of blood draws and standardized field sobriety tests.
I, unfortunately, have the unique distinction of having been arrested for DWI.
As a result, I found myself wondering the exact same things most of my clients wonder – what’s going to happen? Is this going to affect my ability to see my child? Is this going to affect my ability to make a living?
It changed the entire way that we practice and the entire way we treat our clients.