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Helping you assert a defense against a DWI

by | Dec 5, 2019 | Drunk Driving |

With the holiday season in full swing, many residents in Texas and elsewhere are focused on the various gathering and celebrations during this time of year.

Oftentimes, alcohol is served and consumed at these gatherings, which in turn could cause some individuals to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after they have consumed alcohol.

Because there is a greater concern for drunk driving during this time of year, law enforcement is more likely to stop motorists for a suspected DWI. Nonetheless, a motorist should understand that he or she could assert a defense following a DWI charge.

When a motorist is told by law enforcement that they believe that they are under the influence of alcohol, many motorists think the next step is to face a drunk driving conviction. While a field sobriety test or Breathalyzer test may result in a DWI charge, this does not mean a conviction will occur. At the Sanchez Law Firm, our legal team has years of experience representing individuals accused of DWIs, and our law firm can help individuals in the Edinburg area understand their defense options.

Our law firm will first consider the stop that led to the DWI charge, questioning whether it was a lawful stop. Next, we will consider all the evidence gathered during the stop. Finally, we will assess the credibility of this evidence, considering the timing of any blood alcohol content tests as well as the calibration of these devices.

A DWI conviction can significantly impact an individual’s personal and professional life. Thus, our law firm is focused on helping our clients protect their reputation while also reducing the consequences faced by these charges.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s drunk driving webpage. Our law firm seeks to protect the rights of our clients, and this starts by ensuring that they fully understand their situation and available options. By asserting a strong defense, a motorist accused of a DWI could ultimately reduce or dismiss the charges against them.