Can I appeal my license suspension after a DWI arrest?


If you have been accused and charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUI), you must act quickly. Texas law allows 15 days from the date you are arrested to appeal an automatic suspension of your driver’s license. DWI charges are becoming more common every day. If you have…

If I’m accused and charged with a crime does that mean I’m guilty?

Bad things happen to good people. Being accused of a crime doesn’t mean you are guilty. The law states that you are INNOCENT until PROVEN GUILTY. Oftentimes the government will charge someone with a crime they did not commit, charge someone with a more serious crime than they…

Can I lose my license if I plea or am found guilty of a drug offense?


A drug charge is nothing to be taken lightly. A drug conviction on your record can haunt you for the rest of your life. It can make it difficult to get a job and even prevent you from obtaining financial aide for college. A drug conviction will also result in a driver license suspension for 6 months. Additionally, depending on the amount…

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