DWI Trial Process
Charged with a DUI or DWI? Want to learn about the DWI trial process in San Antonio? Watch this video and then call our DWI lawyer for a free consultation.
Question: How long will my DWI case take?
In Texas, you’re probably wondering how long it’s going to take to resolve your DWI. There are multiple steps that have to happen. A DPS hearing needs to be requested within 15 days. After you make the request for the DPS hearing, that hearing will happen in about 60 days. Your actual criminal case, which is separate from the DPS hearing, can take anything from two to three months up to two years.
Normally, it’s around a nine month period, where you end up in a situation where you’d make a decision. Are you going to try it? Are you going to resolve it? I would say probably 50% of the time the cases are resolved in around six months.
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Successful Case Defending DWI
Roland M. – The defendant was stopped for driving after striking a wall causing severe damage to his car including a flat tire. After failing the field sobriety tests the defendant was charged with DWI. The defendant was able to enter a pretrial diversion program and the case was dismissed.