There are number of court related consequences that accompany convictions for DWI offenses in the state of Texas.
If you’re ever convicted for DWI there’s no chance for deferred adjudication, no opportunity to gain a Certificate of Non-Disclosure to hide your criminal offense, and most certainly no expungement/expunction possibilities.
DWI convictions are final meaning that a conviction will remain on your record for as long as the record exists.
There are also fines ranging from $1000 on up to $10,000 depending on the severity of the criminal offense in which DWI was a key factor.
There also probationary periods that can make your life a living hell if you have become accustomed to enjoying life, driving, and pursuing happiness. Just think of that mechanical device state of Texas wants to put on your car in the event that you are convicted of a DWI offense; another court imposed penalty that can make everyday life uncomfortable.
You may even be forced to participate in a 24 hour DWI presentation, or to be quite frank, whatever the judge wants you to do to demonstrate to him/her/the court that you’ve learned your lesson.
Our DWI Lawyers Will Fight For You
In many cases when a person is charged with a DWI offense the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates can find an angle in which to mount an aggressive defense for you. We offer free consultations to our new and existing clients so that we may gain an opportunity to find that “angle”, if any, and begin the process of working with you to mow through the situation.
Galveston DWI Defense Lawyers Tad Nelson and Amber Spurlock are both forensic scientists, highly experienced, and enthusiastic about crushing prosecutors in court when possible. If we see the prosecution has a strong case, and we still see an angle that can benefit you, then we will handle the case with “kid gloves” and finesse our way to a positive outcome for you if possible.
”If Possible” shouldn’t be taken to mean that we can’t do a great deal of good for a person who is pinned up against the wall by the facts, but should be taken to mean that all cases are different requiring us to be dynamic, nimble, and open-minded in our affirmation of strategery.