Each week, hundreds of people throughout Tarrant County are arrested and charged with DWI/DUI. Many of these occur in Keller and nearby communities. It's one of the most common criminal charges and one of the most serious for the average citizen. The costs and effects of a conviction for DWI in Texas have never been greater. It can have negative consequences for years to come.
If you have been charged with drunk driving in the Fort Worth area—even if it's your first offense—take it seriously. People facing DWI/DUI convictions may face stiff fines, license revocation, and even jail time. At Weathers Law Firm, I fight DWI charges on behalf of my clients. I know that DWI/DUI charges require zealous advocacy; that is why I always fight hard when my clients' futures and freedoms are on the line.
As your legal advocate, I will stand beside you when the power of the government is against you because I am not easily intimidated.
You only have 15 days from the date of arrest to protect your driver's license by requesting an administrative license hearing. People who fail to request a hearing before this time runs out will face suspension of their driver's license. You may also require an occupational license.
At Weathers Law Firm, I have the ability to respond quickly when my clients need me. I can take action to help you keep your driver's license or assist you with obtaining an occupational license.
Contact my firm by e-mail or by calling today. Your initial consultation is free, so you have nothing to lose by talking with a veteran DWI attorney in Fort Worth, Texas. I serve the needs of Texans in Southlake, Colleyville, and North Richland Hills.