The Citizen's Guide to Beating a DWI in Texas [Free EBook]
Every time I tell people I’m a DWI lawyer, they always ask me the same few questions. What I’ve noticed over the years is how much misinformation exists out there about our DWI laws. From simple issues like your basic rights during a traffic stop to the differences between a blood and a breath test, understanding the facts is the first step towards avoiding jail time.
By the time you get pulled over it’s already too late to Google your rights. The police officer isn’t likely to hand you an iPad and tell you to educate yourself before conducting the sobriety test. That’s why it’s important that you know this stuff BEFORE you get pulled over or get arrested for DWI.
I know from years of representing my clients that getting arrested for DWI is one of the most nerve-racking and life-shattering events you will ever experience. Every day, I hear from people who are terrified and desperate for answers: “Will I be able to keep my driver’s license?” “Will I lose my job?” “How much is this going to cost me?” “Will I have to go to jail?”
You shouldn’t have to bill hours to a lawyer just to get the fundamental answers.
To help you get the advice you need, I’ve put together a short, easy-to-read Texas DWI guide that answers the most common questions I receive from my clients and other people who are curious about Texas DWI laws.
I know that a DWI can happen to anyone. My goal is to put you one step closer to beating or even avoiding charges altogether.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Beating a DWI in Texas
In 15 short pages, you’ll learn everything you need to know about avoiding and beating DWI charges in the State of Texas. From the initial traffic stop all the way to the trial, you’ll learn the rights, precautions, and legal information no Texan can afford to drive without.
- Your rights and options during a traffic stop
- How to refuse a roadside test, and why
- What NOT to say during your booking
- How to save your license from suspension
- And much more!
A DWI Can Happen to Anybody
No one plans to get a DWI. But between outdated technology, unfair laws, and simple mistakes, a DWI is a very bad thing that can happen to some very good people. I’ve seen it time and time again.The worst part? It’s avoidable, but most people don’t know the basic steps they need to take. Don’t keep risking your freedom by staying in the dark.