DWI NO-REFUSAL WEEKENDS| TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS
The Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, together with local law enforcement agencies, like the Fort Worth, Grapevine, and Southlake Police Departments, will routinely have DWI No-Refusal Weekends. During these weekends, if you are arrested for DWI, they will take your blood, and it will be much harder to beat the case. If you are arrested during one of these weekends, our firm of experienced DWI lawyers are here to help.
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TARRANT COUNTY DWI ATTORNEYS | FORT WORTH | GRAPEVINE | SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS
WHAT WE OFFER IN YOUR DWI CRIMINAL DEFENSE:
EXTENSIVE TRIAL EXPERIENCE
Our firm has extensive trial experience in criminal defense. Our Fort Worth criminal defense attorneys have tried over 100 criminal trials, including jury trials for DWI, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Sexual Assault, Drug Possession, Gun and Weapons Charges, Burglary of a Habitation, and Capital Murder. In addition, we have reviewed and successfully negotiated thousands of criminal charges.
FORMER PROSECUTOR IN TARRANT & DALLAS COUNTY
As a former prosecutor in Tarrant and Dallas County, our criminal lawyers know how the State of Texas will attempt to prosecute you on your criminal charges. This knowledge will allow our firm to build the best defense in fighting your state or federal criminal charges.
SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE IN CRIMINAL LAW
Our criminal lawyers know the inside and out of each and every aspect of a police investigation and State prosecution, including criminal laws, proper police procedures, DNA and blood forensic evidence, and knowing exactly how the State plans to introduce evidence into trial.
TEXAS PENAL CODE | MISDEMEANOR DWI CHARGES
3 MAIN TYPES OF MISDEMEANOR DWI CHARGES:
There are three primary misdemeanor DWI charges:
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), a Class B Misdemeanor
- Driving While Intoxicated with an Alcohol Concentration > 0.15, a Class A Misdemeanor
- Driving While Intoxicated with one previous conviction for DWI, a Class A Misdemeanor