Under 21 DUI Charges
Being convicted of a DWI charge can be a very difficult situation for you. You could face serious, long-lasting penalties if convicted. If you are under the age of 21 and you are arrested on charges of drinking and driving, then it is important that you retain skilled representation in your case as you could face serious penalties upon conviction. The state of Texas has a no-tolerance policy regarding underage drinking. This means that if any traceable amount of alcohol is found in your system, then you will be arrested and charged with under 21 DUI.
Conviction of this crime could result in license suspension for 30 days for a first offense, 60 days for a second, and 180 days for a third. You could also face fines up to $500, up to 40 hours of community service, and mandatory attendance in an alcohol-awareness class. It is important that you understand that there is no evidence brought forth in a DUI case that cannot be fought against by a skilled representative. This law office is dedicated to providing skillful representation, and with more than 20 years of experience, its lead attorney has a long history of success in the cases that he has handled.
Evidence in DUI Cases
It is important to your future that you are not convicted of a crime that you are not guilty of committing. In all DUI and DWI cases, there is evidence submitted from many different areas of analysis, and there are many accusations made. There is no evidence brought forth in a DUI case that cannot be challenged by an experienced defense attorney. This law office is dedicated to providing excellent representation, offers a free case evaluation, and takes every case seriously. If you choose to work with this attorney, then you can be sure that you will receive the personalized attention that you need. Contact the attorney today to discuss your case and to retain the representation you need.