DWI Expungement Attorney
Our law firm can help you make a fresh start
Were you arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas? Did you know that in certain circumstances, you can have your DWI arrest or conviction permanently removed from your criminal record? This might sound too good to be true, but it is possible in certain situations. It’s important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side.
Having a DWI removed (a process known as expungement) from your record can be very complicated. That’s why it’s important that you work with an expungement attorney who understands how the process works in Texas. That’s why we want to meet with you at The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe.
Our legal team has years of experience handling such complex cases. Expungement attorney Amanda Webb has personally handled many complicated cases in court. She also has extensive courtroom experience due to her previous job as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. Experience matters – and so does your case.
Common legal issues
In order to have a DWI removed from your criminal record in Texas, you need to meet certain circumstances by state law. Such circumstances include:
- You were a minor (under 21 years old) when you were arrested (but not convicted) of DWI in Texas.
- You were arrested but not charged with DWI.
- A court dismissed your DWI charge.
- You were found not guilty of DWI.
- You successfully appealed your DWI conviction.
These are just some examples of instances where you may be able to have your criminal record expunged in Texas. Every case is unique and often presents its own specific challenges. That’s why it’s important to work with a lawyer who knows how the legal systems works.
What if I was convicted of my DWI? Can I have it removed?
If your DWI was a first conviction, you may be eligible to have it removed so that the public no longer has access to your records. This can be done with a petition of non-disclosure if:
- You have no other convictions or deferred adjudications
- Your blood/breath level was under 0.15 percent or you plead to a class B misdemeanor
- There was not an accident with someone else and no one was in the car with you
We put your needs first
Just because your DWI can be expunged from your criminal record does not mean you can automatically do so. That’s why it’s important to find out first if you qualify for expungement, then learn more about your legal rights.
We can walk you through this process, step-by-step. We can help you fill out all the necessary paperwork. We can also be there with you by your side for all your court appearances. We understand the seriousness and complexity of your case – as well as how important it is to you.