How a Lawyer Can Help Your DWI Charge

How a Lawyer Can Help Your DWI ChargeWere you arrested for driving while intoxicated in the state of Texas and want to know how a lawyer can help your DWI charge? The penalties for a DWI conviction are harsh and carry lasting consequences. You will need an experienced San Antonio DWI lawyer if you want to put this mistake behind you. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation and discuss the facts of your case.

How a Lawyer Can Help Your DWI Charge | Experience

San Antonio DWI lawyer, Kurt Gransee, previously served as a prosecutor on the Bexar County DWI Task Force. He is intimately familiar with the procedures and equipment used by police when they investigate suspected drunk drivers. Those insights help him to ask the right questions and challenge the prosecution’s evidence, through motions or at trial, to cast doubt on the charges. Did the officer have reasonable cause for the traffic stop? Were the field sobriety tests properly administered? Does the squad car camera tell a different story? Can the Breathalyzer results or blood samples be trusted? Were you properly informed of your rights? Also, more importantly the breath or blood test is a reading of your blood or breath at the time of the test, NOT when driving.  The number of the breath or blood test has built in variables plus you could have been dramatically lower 1-2 hours earlier when driving.

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How a Lawyer Can Help Your DWI Charge | Strong Defense

We explore your defenses and prepare for trial. Very often a trial is the best option and setting a case for trial will occasionally result in getting the case dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge.  We also always push for a dismissal of the charges or at a minimum a plea agreement that avoids a DWI conviction and allows for getting the record non-disclosed or sealed.  Sometimes we explore potential plea agreements that avoid jail or a DWI conviction in exchange for probation, community service, alcohol treatment or other conditions of the court. The decision to take a deal or try the case is ultimately yours; we will advise you of potential defenses and likely outcomes. We will work together throughout the process. Our efforts we will be collaborative, you will be involved in deciding what route to take after being advised of your options.

A DWI is never open-and-shut. Find out how we can improve your situation. Contact our San Antonio firm to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced San Antonio DWI lawyer about your drunk driving charges.

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