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Do I Have to Take a Prosecutor’s Plea?

Posted on August 22, 2013
You do not have to accept the plea offer made by the prosecutor handling your case for the County or District Attorney’s office. There are two alternatives available for you to resolve your DWI charge: 1. You can waive your constitutional right to a trial by entering a plea of “Guilty” or “No Contest”. By …

Federal Grant Could Give Bexar County Their Own DWI Court

Posted on August 14, 2013
Earlier this year, Bexar County followed the example of other large Texas counties by authorizing the establishment of a separate court just to deal with DWI offenders. The idea has the vocal support of both judges and public safety advocates around the county, and an application has been submitted to the Federal Bureau of Justice …

How a Texas DWI/DUI Could Affect Your Commercial Driver’s License

Posted on August 12, 2013
If the driver of a sedan is pulled over and charged with DWI, it can cause some challenges. The inconvenience of a suspended license, the possibility of jail time, as well as the financial hit caused by hefty fines, the court fees and the increased insurance premiums are all significant consequences that no one wants …

How to Choose a Good San Antonio DWI Lawyer

Posted on August 8, 2013
Finding the right San Antonio DWI Lawyer is similar to finding the right Doctor. At a minimum, you are looking for a professional who is competent in the subject matter that you are confronted with and knows the San Antonio court system. This individual must clearly understand your defined goals and be able to offer …

Increased holiday DUI/DWI patrols: Texans who drive drunk will have a “not-so-merry” Christmas

Posted on August 3, 2013
The holiday season is a time of merriment and joy, gifts and good times, family and friends coming together. Many of the holiday gatherings of relatives, acquaintances and co-workers around the state have one thing in common: holiday “cheer” in the form of alcoholic beverages. The Texas Department of Public Safety (TDPS) and individual police …

Legal Effects of H.B. No. 189 and Deferred Adjudication for DWI

Posted on July 28, 2013
Should House Bill No. 189 be enacted into law, it will go into effect on September 1, 2011. If the bill’s current draft were not changed, first time DWI offenders will be able to receive deferred adjudication community supervision and avoid a conviction for DWI. However, H.B. No. 189 proposes other significant changes to DWI …

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