Call Today 512.359.3743
Featured Article
Are Passengers Accountable for DWIs?
Are Passengers Accountable for DWIs?

When we think of driving while under the influence (DWI), we often picture people who are alone driving home from an event; however, some drivers are driving others when they are buzzed. If other people willingly got in the car and didn’t stop the drunk driver from driving, ...

Read More

Our Blog

  • How Probable Cause Impacts DWI Cases

    We all know the saying, “you do the crime, you do the time,” but is that true? If someone is accused of committing a crime, won’t they always be ...

    View More
  • What is the Difference between DWI and DUI in Texas?

    Depending on what state you are in, you’ve probably seen both the terms DWI (driving while intoxicated) and DUI (driving under the influence). Many ...

    View More
  • 2018 Is Coming! Avoiding a DWI First Offense This New Year's

    New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest celebrations of the year, but it also has a dark side. New Year’s is one of the holidays with the highest rates ...

    View More
  • Is Thanksgiving Really the Day with the Most DWIs?

    When you think of the year’s drunkest days, which ones come to mind? For some, the answer is easy: Super Bowl Sunday. Others immediately turn to ...

    View More
  • Arrested for DWI at ACL? Here's What You Need to Know

    Jay-Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, and more – this year’s Austin City Limits is already shaping up to be one of the best yet. And the police ...

    View More
  • How Do I Get a Loved One Out of Jail?

    Do you have a family member or friend currently in the Travis County jail? In Austin, a criminal defense lawyer can talk to the judge about possibly ...

    View More
  • Do I Have to Take a Field Sobriety Test in Texas?

    Field sobriety tests are one of several tools law enforcement officers may use to determine whether you have been drinking and driving. There are ...

    View More
  • What Is an ALR Hearing and How Does It Impact My DWI Case?

    In Texas, after being arrested for DWI, you have 15 days to request an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing with DPS. If you do not request ...

    View More
  • Felony DWI in Texas

    Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is treated as a very serious offense in Texas. While a first and second-time DWI is typically a misdemeanor, there are ...

    View More

Request a Free Consultation

Our Defense Team Is on Standby to Help You.
    • Please enter your name.
    • This isn't a valid phone number.
    • Please enter your email address.
      This isn't a valid email address.
    • Please make a selection.
    • Please enter a message.