Houston DWI Lawyer D.Miller & Associates Now Accepting Cases
If you are pulled over by the police while you are driving and the officer asks you to take a field sobriety test what do you do? Eric Bormaster, a Houston DWI Lawyer with D. Miller & Associates in Houston, Texas has the answers to that question and others related to DWI (driving while intoxicated).
Mr. Bormaster has put together a list of ďdoís and donítsĒ for the Texas driver that may face DWI charges.
- Have your driverís license and proof of insurance ready for the officer.
- Donít get out of your car and donít volunteer any information.
- Be polite and respectful of the officer.
- Donít do or say anything without first consulting a Houston DWI lawyer.
- Assert your right to talk with a Houston DWI lawyer.
- Do not perform any field sobriety tests.
- If you have been drinking, you will want to refuse portable chemical breath tests.
If you are arrested and charged with a DWI offense, it is important to challenge your license suspension ASAP and contact an experienced Houston DWI lawyer.Of course, the best thing is to never drive if you have been drinking.
In Texas, you will be considered legally intoxicated with an .o8 blood or breath alcohol concentration (BAC). There are many factors which can affect how your body absorbs alcohol including your weight, gender and amount of food eaten as well as the drinks consumed. Two beers can be enough for some people to raise their BAC to the legal intoxication level.
The First Step is Fighting DWI Charges According to Attorney Bormaster, ďAn aggressive Houston DWI lawyer can be your best hope towards avoiding a DWI conviction or lessening the penalties.Ē He does not recommend that anyone try to handle this on their own. If a person is convicted of DWI in Texas, punishments can range from probation to jail time. In addition, convictions can include fines and the suspension of the personís driver license.
Mr. Bormaster cautions that If you are arrested for DWI, your driverís license will be suspended. You have only 15 days to request a hearing to challenge an alcohol-related driverís license suspension.Eric Bormaster is a Houston DWI lawyer with D. Miller & Associates, PLLC. Located in Houston, Texas, D. Miller & Associates has an experienced legal team ready to handle all your legal needs including:
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Mr. Bormaster is accepting DWI clients in Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, Galveston, and Brazoria counties.
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