DWI: One Charge, Two Cases

If you are charged with DWI, you are actually fighting two separate cases: a criminal case that can result in jail time and an administrative case that can lead to driver's license suspension. Each case has its own penalties, its own deadlines and its own requirements.

Kris Davis-Jones, a criminal defense attorney experienced in DWI defense, can help you challenge both cases, do everything possible to save your license and minimize the consequences, and ensure that your rights are fully preserved.

What To Do If Stopped For DWI

If you are stopped on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in Texas, you are not obligated to answer the police officer's questions without an attorney present. You also have the right to refuse roadside tests as well as to refuse a breath or blood test. If you are stopped, tell the officer that you want an attorney present before answering any questions.

Then contact Davis-Jones Law in Austin. Attorney Kris Davis-Jones has extensive experience defending against accusations of DWI. Whether it is your first brush with the law or you have been accused of multiple DWI offenses, you are entitled to dedicated representation on your behalf.

Contact A Knowledgeable DWI Lawyer In Austin

Serving Travis County And The Surrounding Area

In order to minimize the consequences of a drunk driving charge, it is best to speak with an attorney as soon as possible after you are arrested. At Davis-Jones Law, we will immediately begin negotiating with the prosecutor on your behalf while gathering evidence for a strong defense at trial.

To learn more, please contact us online or call our office in Austin at 512-634-8994.