Dallas DWI Attorney

Texas Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer

When you are charged with a DWI in Dallas - Fort Worth, Fort Worth or Arlington, you may believe the only option is to roll over and accept any plea bargain the prosecution offers you. The reality is, you have the right to prove your innocence in court –and you should. There are many things that can affect your case and allow you to fight these charges with the help of a skilled Dallas - Fort Worth DWI/DUI lawyer.

When you go to court, the prosecution will try to show that you are irrefutably guilty based on officer observation, field sobriety testing and chemical testing. At the Law Office of A Dallas DWI Lawyer, we urge you to never take a field sobriety test and to only submit to chemical testing if you truly believe yourself to be under the legal limit of 0.08% BAC. If you do these two things, the only evidence against you will be officer observation and the fact that you refused to partake in testing, a reasonably small amount of evidence for any Dallas - Fort Worth drunk driving defense attorney to work around.

Our Fort Worth DWI Attorney Can Find Flaws in the Evidence

Even if you did submit to chemical testing and field sobriety tests, these methods are not fool proof. In the case of field sobriety tests, they are inaccurate over 10% of the time, and that is under ideal circumstances, which rarely occur in the real world. Breathalyzers are notably inaccurate and even blood tests can have their faults. A good Dallas - Fort Worth DWI/DUI attorney can help demonstrate your innocence no matter what the evidence against you.

If you have been charged with a DWI in the Metroplex area, contact an experienced Dallas - Fort Worth Lawyer from The Law Office of A Dallas DWI Lawyer. We offer aggressive, knowledgeable service at an affordable price. Let us convince you that we are the right firm for you by scheduling your free initial consultation and case evaluation.

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