Count on our DWI defense lawyers after your arrest
Have you been charged with driving under the influence (DWI) in Texas? If so, you need a Texas DWI lawyer who knows the law and knows how to get results. You need The Webb Firm, P.C. based in Conroe, Texas.
Criminal defense lawyer Amanda Webb brings a wealth of experience to such complex cases. Before founding her own law firm, Webb served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. As a result, she knows how the legal system works from both sides.
Attorney Webb also understands the urgency of your case. When it comes to DWI charges in Texas, you often need to act fast. Otherwise, you could miss important deadlines and miss out on different options that may be available to you.
Common DWI charges
DWI charges cover a wide range. In general, charges become more serious depending on whether someone has been previously convicted of DWI and their alcohol level at the time of the arrest. DWI charges include:
- First DWI offense
(Penalty if convicted – Up to 3 months in jail, $2,000 fine, driver’s license suspended for 90 days to 1 year)
- Second DWI offense
(Up to 1 year in jail, $4,000 fine, driver’s license suspended for 180 days to two years)
- Third DWI offense
(2 to 10 years in jail, $10,000 fine, driver’s license suspended for up to two years)
Being convicted of DWI in Texas is a serious crime. That’s why it’s important that you take your charges seriously right from the start, and that’s why we want to meet with you.
How our law firm can help you
There are many options available to you if you have been charged DWI in Texas. Depending on whether you have been convicted before of DWI, you may be eligible for a restricted driver’s license which allows you commute to work or drive to other restricted locations.
An experienced attorney may even be able to get your DWI charges dismissed. Reasons why may include the arresting officer failed to follow proper procedures, errors involving the equipment used to test whether were you intoxicated. Also, you case could be dismissed if the test samples from your breathalyzer test or another similar test were not stored properly.