Handling DWI Cases In Williamson County, Texas – Series Wrap Up
This post concludes our series on the handling of DWI cases in Williamson County, Texas. We covered a number of topics during our last several posts. We will be using this article to recap the subjects we have discussed as well as to stress the importance of speaking with an attorney if you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated.
We looked at a number of issues over our last several posts. Subjects we have looked at included:
- How search and seizure issues impact a Texas DWI charge
- Options for defending a charge for driving while intoxicated
- The ramifications of a Texas DWI conviction
- Why one needs a lawyer for a Texas DWI case
The main point that we stressed, throughout this series is that one charged with DWI should consult with a lawyer. It is, unfortunately, common for those arrested to feel that there is little reason to consult with counsel after being arrested. This stems from the belief that there is little one can do if 1) they were driving while intoxicated and 2) they were caught by police. The truth of the matter, however, is that hiring an attorney may result in a better plea offer from prosecutors if not an outright dismissal. Contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation. Our Georgetown lawyers also service the surrounding communities of Austin, Bartlett, Cedar Park, Florence, Granger, Hutto, Jarrell, Leander, Liberty Hill, Round Rock, Taylor, Thrall, and Weir.
Mark Morales is a former prosecutor who has handled many DWI cases. He has undergone the same training the police officers attend for field sobriety testing. This assists him with knowing what issues to look for when determining whether or not law enforcement followed proper procedures. Our office is ready to assist you.