Driving under the influence is dangerous behavior, but people sometimes make mistakes. Sometimes, people drive after having one or two drinks because they think they’re fine. Even if you aren’t over the legal limit, you can still be charged with a DWI if the police believe you were too drunk to drive.
If you have been arrested for a DWI, you might think the easy thing to do is to plead guilty. It’s only a misdemeanor; how much can it affect you? Unfortunately, even a misdemeanor crime on your criminal record can affect you in big ways. Your drivers license could be suspended, you could be placed on probation, forced to pay fines, and you could go to jail.
If you have been charged with a DWI, you do have the option to fight your charge. Here are a few tips on how to beat a DWI in Texas.
People avoid conviction for DWIs all the time, and you might be able to, as well. However, you can’t avoid a conviction if you plead guilty. Once that DWI goes on your record, you won’t likely be able to get it removed.
Here are a few tips on beating a DWI in Texas:
Now you’ve learned a little more about how to beat a DWI in Texas. Contact a DWI lawyer to discuss your case and the defense options that might be available. Chris Lewis & Associates, P.C. can be reached by completing the online submission form below or by calling 214-665-6930.