If you or a loved one has recently been arrested for a DWI or DUI in Houston or Harris County, we want you to know that we are here to help. Our lawyers understand how stressful being arrested can be and our Houston DWI defense attorneys are ready, willing, and able to defend you or your loved one against this criminal DWI charge. It is important to remember that being arrested for a DWI does not mean you are guilty or will be convicted.
Our Houston DWI defense lawyers specialize in developing successful defenses to charges by utilizing the science behind blood-alcohol and our specialized knowledge of proper police procedure during a DWI arrest.
The moments after an officer pulls you over for a DWI can be disorienting. However, it is important to take the following steps to protect yourself and the outcome of your future trial.
If you are facing DWI charges in Houston or the surrounding areas, the Law Office of David A. Breston can help defend your side of the story. Our criminal defense law firm has significant experience representing clients in their DWI cases and will work closely with you to craft creative strategies to combat your claim.
Our defense law firm is happy to meet with you to discuss your case and legal options. Contact our DWI lawyers today to schedule your free consultation at our downtown Houston offices.
Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs is a serious crime in Texas. If you received a DWI charge, you could be facing fines, license suspension, and even jail time depending on the severity of the accident. The Law Office of David A. Breston is here to help defend you against these charges.
Even if you do receive a DWI charge, it does not mean that you are guilty of the crime or you will receive a hefty conviction. Our criminal defense lawyers will work closely to you to learn more about your side of the story and develop a compelling case on your behalf.
In the state of Texas, it is illegal to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The state considers you intoxicated if you ingest alcohol, drugs, or any other substance that alters your mental or physical faculties to the point that you are impaired. If you operate a vehicle while intoxicated, you could face significant penalties.
Under Texas law, you can get a DWI charge even if you were not driving. The state specifically defines DWI as operating a vehicle while intoxicated, which includes more than physically driving it. The definition of “operate” is very broad, including any action that could enable the use of the vehicle.
Don’t hesitate to contact the attorneys at The Law Office of David A. Breston today if you or a loved one has recently been convicted of a drunk driving charge, we offer a free and confidential consultation. Since 1997, David A. Breston has been serving Houston and helping represent those who are usually under-represented for criminal charges and need strong DUI defense. Our lawyers will fight hard for your freedom and will do whatever it takes to ensure that you are our priority. Don’t just take our word for it, hear what our clients have to say on Google, Yelp, and Facebook.
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Great lawyer to work with! I have been working with David Breston for about 5 years now. I first hired him for my immigration issues I had with my student visa. He and his partners are very great people to deal with and they are all very friendly. We never had any communication issues or any other kind of problem with David Breston. At the moment, he is helping us with my wife’s DWI case and so far the experience with the law firm has been perfect as always. He takes care of his clients very well and his prices are VERY affordable. He has always done a really good job on the cases we needed help with. I would definitely recommend him to anyone that needs someone trustworthy.
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