Act Quickly After A DWI Accusation

Drunk driving is taken very seriously in Texas. Even if your BAC level was below the legal limit of .08, you may have been accused if your behavior suggested intoxication. The time limit for requesting a hearing and challenging an accusation is short. You need to contact a criminal defense attorney immediately.

We Have Answers To Your Situation

If you are convicted of a DWI, you could face large fines, jail time, mandatory intervention programs and license suspension. If you have previous DWI offenses on record, these penalties increase in severity. Your license can also be suspended for refusing a chemical test. You have little time to get your license back after a suspension so talk to a lawyer about your options right away.

At the Carrillo Law Office, we are prepared to fight for the best outcome possible. Penalties can be reduced or the accusation can be dropped altogether with an experienced attorney at your side. We know what to expect from DWI cases and we know the best ways to proceed.

Even if your BAC level was above .08 when you were accused, we can offer many defenses against the accusation. For example, police officers must have a valid reason to pull you over in the first place. Tests can be administered incorrectly or give inaccurate results. Never assume your case is hopeless.

Seek Legal Advice Now

A DWI will have a significant impact on your life. Let us put our 70 years of combined experience to work for you. Contact us online or call 361-221-4082 for a free consultation. We serve clients in Kingsville and Kleberg County, Brooks County, Jim Wells County and Duval County.