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Average attorney fees were $1,900 and other costs averaged $4,600. Total costs for DWI typically ranged from $4,000 to $8,000. The DWI process typically ranges from 6 to 12 months from arrest to resolution. Average attorney fees were $1,900 and other costs averaged $4,600.

How to Stay Safe on the Road

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As attorneys who work closely with the families and victims of car accidents in Sugar Land and throughout Houston, we urge drivers to stay safe during holidays. However, if you ever find yourself pulled over, your safest line of defense would be to contact the best DWI lawyer. After all, holidays are a time for celebration with friends and family, and not a time to deal with the tragic consequences of a car accident. Road Crash Statistics in Texas One Read More


What Happens When You Have a DUI in Texas

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Inform Yourself If you or someone you know has a DUI in Texas, it’s important to understand what’s going to happen. Staying informed and knowing what possible outcomes can prepare you before stepping inside a courtroom. It’s best to educate yourself and know any form of outcome with the severity of your DUI. First Offense If you are facing criminal penalties for the first time, then you need to know what follows. Let’s say you have fines that are not in Read More


Follow These Steps to Pick the Right Criminal Defense Lawyer for You!

Whatever your reason for needing a criminal defense lawyer, it is always crucial that you pick one that fits your needs. It could be you found yourself accused of something you did not do or was caught in a dispute that got out of hand. Now you are facing charges that could be minor or major, and you need a criminal defense lawyer fast. Before you just pick up the phone and pick the first one that you call, be Read More


Solution to Saving Your License

The unthinkable happened. It was a Saturday night and you were hanging out with your friends. You were enjoying yourself and you decided to have a few drinks. Just a few, then you would head home. It is not like you have not done it before. People drink and drive all the time. As long you aren’t drunk, then it will be ok. Then, you are driving home and you see the bright lights flashing in your rearview mirror. You Read More


I’m The DWI Lawyer That Will Save Your License

Losing your driver license can be a disaster in several ways. For example, imagine if you lost yours, and were entertaining clients when the maître d asked to see your driver’s license before he took your check or card. How much further are you going to get when you blush and blurt out ‘I don’t have one’. Fortunately this situation is often avoidable. If you are facing DWI charges, then I’m the DWI lawyer that will save your license. The Read More


Spike in DWIs During Holiday Season

Houston has long been known as a city with a high DUI rate, but with the 2012 holiday season statistics released, it’s become apparent that 2013 needs to see a serious change. According to MyFoxHouston, 105 people were arrested on suspicion of drinking while intoxicated on New Year’s Eve in the eight-county region surrounding Houston. Fifteen of those, according to Fox, “happened in Montgomery County, the same place where six people lost their lives in alcohol-related crashes over the Fourth Read More


Above the Law

DWI – We all count on our police officers to not only do their job and do it well, but to also be prime examples of honor, integrity and lawfulness. We trust them to take care of small and large issues for the best of the community. When the trust is lost, it is hard to look at them once again in the same light. Forth Worth, Texas, police officer, Nicholas Ramirez, was arrested Wednesday, January 2, 2013, for driving Read More


Former Texas State Representative Accused of DWI

Jack Stick was a former state representative for the state of Texas in Austin.  He also spent time as municipal judge in the city of Bee Cave in Travis County.  His most recent position is as the deputy inspector general for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.  He had seen a lot of success in that position, overseeing an increase in Medicaid fraud cases.  Unfortunately for Stick, he was arrested in September under suspicion of DWI.  And now, much Read More


Harris County District Attorney Wants to Destroy Evidence

In DWI and other criminal trails, DNA evidence is often integral to the final ruling of innocence or guilt.  DNA has also been important evidence in exoneration and appeal cases for the wrongly accused.  Yet, in a much criticized effort to clean up space for other DNA samples, Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos wants to destroy thousands of vials of blood. “These blood vials simply sit, unused and unwanted, in secure refrigeration units, taking up valuable space and requiring Read More


Texas Strip Club to be Sued Over DWI Death of Teenager

Lawsuits arising from DWI charges  are generally against the driver of the vehicle. But in this case, the suit is against a strip club in Texas that served the driver, Erasmo Ramirez, too much alcohol. Ramirez left the club with a blood alcohol level of at least 0.295 on the night of the accident. The problem for the club, Rick’s Cabaret, is that they allegedly served alcohol to Ramirez after he became intoxicated. The proof, plaintiffs say, is in their Read More


Drunk Driver Severely Injures Girl in Vehicle Collision

A 29-year-old Cleveland man is facing intoxication assault charges in the Harris County District Court after he allegedly drove drunk at least 30 miles per hour over the posted speed limit and caused a collision that led to significant injuries. Witnesses reported that Charles Christopher Roberts was driving his black 1998 Saturn at about 70 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone when he flipped off another driver and sped past him. The story in the Houston Read More


Country Star Randy Travis Arrested Naked in Texas DUI

Randy Travis was charged with driving while intoxicated and threatening law officers after the country singer crashed his car and was found naked and combative at the scene, Texas officials said last week. It was the second arrest this year for Travis, who was cited in February for public intoxication. A photo released by the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office shows a battered-looking Travis in a T-shirt, with a black eye and dried blood on his face. He later walked out Read More


Drunk Driver Kills Three in Head-On Crash on Texas I-45

Sunday morning, just after 1:30 am a Montgomery County Dispatcher with a sense of urgency in her voice, reported a vehicle traveling north in the southbound lanes of I –45 approaching Research. Shenandoah Officers jumped the median and stopped all traffic on I-45 southbound with the intention of taking the vehicle as it got to them. But within seconds, a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy called for an ambulance and fire equipment at I-45 just north of Woodlands Parkway. He reported Read More


Alcohol-Related Collision with Horse-Drawn Carriage Leaves One Dead, Four Injured

KRIV Fox Houston recently reported that 21-year-old Michael Shane Grayson has been charged with intoxication manslaughter and four counts of intoxication assault after his car collided with the back end of a horse-drawn carriage in Galveston. As a result of the accident, a Sugarland man who was a passenger in the carriage was killed, and the remaining four occupants of the carriage were all taken to a local hospital for medical treatment. Witnesses report that Grayson initially tried to flee Read More


Texas Man Receives 4th DWI and Child Endangerment

A Texas man has been arrested for 4th Offense DWI and Child Endangerment. On June 19 around 7:00 p.m., a Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy was patrolling the area of Highway 27 North in Sulphur when he was flagged down in reference to a man who appeared to be intoxicated, later identified as Allen W. Robinson, Sr., 53, 1671 Sawmill Road, Dayton, Texas, allegedly beating on the gas pump at a nearby gas station. Upon arrival, the deputy was advised Read More