After a D.W.I. arrest, such person has issued a temporary driving permit, which is good for 40 days only. See Tex. Transp. Code Ann. § 724.035(c) (West 2018). After 40 days, your driver’s license will be suspended. See Tex. Transp. Code Ann. § 724.035(c) (West 2018). The natural question is for how long will my driver’s license… Read More
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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
Well 2017 is officially here and the new year is also a time for new beginnings. This includes making efforts towards the reduction of drunk driving. In effort to do so, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently launched a new “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign aimed at doing just that. As… Read More
Driving While Intoxicated and What you Should Know
It’s sad to say, but roughly every 20 minutes in Texas, someone is injured or killed by an alcohol related vehicle accident. This is according to the Texas Department of Transportation. This goes without saying, but driving while intoxicated can come with many more consequences than arrest. While drinking and driving should be avoided at… Read More
No Refusal and What to Do
Updated October 25, 2019 What Does “No Refusal” Mean? How Does it Affect Me? We often get asked, “What does no refusal mean?” Many people are under the assumption that No Refusal Weekends mean that you are not allowed to refuse a blood alcohol content (BAC) test if pulled over for DWI. This is simply… Read More
What happens after a DWI arrest?
Being arrested for DWI can be a devastating experience. But the initial DWI arrest is really just the beginning. If ever faced with this situation, here are some things to expect. The Initial DWI Arrest Here is where the officer pulls you over. While the officer may pull you due to probable cause that drinking… Read More
How to hire a DWI lawyer in San Marcos
Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol is considered a criminal offense in San Marcos. You can be charged with a DWI if you are drinking alcohol or under the influence of any drug that affects your ability to drive safely. In Texas, DWI laws are very specific and a DWI lawyer in… Read More
Do I need a San Marcos DWI Lawyer after an Arrest?
Whether you need a San Marcos DWI lawyer after an arrest will depend on several factors. When reviewing your DWI case, a DWI attorney may ask you questions such as: Is this your first DWI, or have you had more than one? What was your blood-alcohol content (BAC) when arrested? Did your DWI arrest result… Read More