DWI cases:

If you are in jail or have been arrested for DWI, call our office at 979.864.3000 (Angleton) 713.799.8400 (Pearland) 

You can also chat with a representative 24/7 or email us around the clock through our "Contact Us" page. Please provide an email and phone number for us to reach you, and we will be in contact as soon as possible.

If you've been arrested and charged with a DWI offense, it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to get an accurate picture of what you would be dealing with. Contact our office via chat, phone, or email 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can offer jail release, assist with getting your license reinstated, and prepare your case for trial or plea bargain depending on the circumstances of each case.

It is important to never drink and drive and avoid getting behind the wheel when intoxicated at all costs. However, if you are accused of doing so by the State of Texas, there are certain steps that will need to be taken immediately to protect your rights.

First of all, when arrested for DWI, a person's driver license is automatically suspended. A DWI defendant must request an ALR hearing, which is a hearing to examine whether the officer had probable cause to suspend the defendant's license, within 15 days of the suspension. Often times a person arrested for an intoxication offense is unaware of these ramifications, and there is little time at hand to prevent a person from losing there license.

Additionally, an ALR decision can be appealed, and a defendant can then apply for an occupational license during this time. All of these timetables and decisions can be more clearly explained by consulting with an attorney. Contact our office now at 979.864.3000 or chat by clicking in the bottom right corner. We are ready and waiting to help.