Not Guilty Verdict for Driver Accused of 2nd Offense DWI

DWI is a serious offense in Round Rock and throughout the state of Texas. Law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys are determined to see that any individual suspected of DWI is convicted and penalized. An experienced criminal lawyer with an in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system could be able to help you avoid conviction. At The Law Office of Ryan H. Deck, our lawyers have been helping clients successfully fight DWI charges for years. We work hard to uncover all discrepancies common in these types of cases and exploiting the errors and flaws to achieve a positive case outcome.

In one of our more recent cases, a client was arrested and charged with a 2nd-time DWI offense while still on probation for a first-time DWI offense. A second DWI is charged as a Class A misdemeanor. A conviction would have meant that the accused individual would face between 30 days and a year in jail, fines up to $4,000, extensive surcharges as per the State Driver Responsibility Program, additional probation time of up to 2 more years, a two-year driver's license suspension and the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID). Through our hard work and aggressive representation, our client was found not guilty of the 2nd DWI offense.

Being represented by an experienced criminal lawyer is the best chance you will have of protecting your interests, preserving your freedom and avoiding jail time. Criminal charges, whether misdemeanor or felony, are never minor. Even when the evidence appears to be stacked against you, there are many cases that at first glance seem impossible that are winnable with the right strategy. Contact a Round Rock criminal lawyer at our firm today to schedule a confidential consultation and review of your case. You owe it to yourself to find out what a highly professional Williamson County DWI defense lawyer can do for you.

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