Ignition Interlock Devices: What You Need To Know
Alcohol monitoring devices such as the ignition interlock device (IID), can be court-ordered in Texas if someone has been charged with DWI. A breath monitoring device allows you to operate your vehicle only after a breath test has been completed using the in-vehicle machine.
Based in Edinburg, the lawyers at The Sanchez Law Firm defend clients throughout the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) who are facing DWI charges. We handle all aspects of the DWI charge, including driver’s license suspension. Our team recognizes the struggles that come with a drunk driving charge and pledge to work hard to reach an outcome that is in your best interests.
Call us at 956-467-5766 for a free initial consultation to discuss any fears/concerns related to a DWI charge.
Rules Related To Alcohol/Breath Monitoring Devices
There are a few different types of alcohol monitoring devices in Texas, and each one has specific instructions with regard to installation and use of the device. It can be intimidating dealing with these devices and overwhelming to understand the rules and regulations.
At The Sanchez Law Firm, we are familiar with terms of the alcohol/breath monitoring devices in Texas and the most common legal issues that can arise with regard to the IID. Attorney Sergio Sanchez has more than 21+ years of experience advocating for clients throughout The Valley. As a former prosecutor and district attorney, he has experience handling cases from both sides. Mr. Sanchez is widely respected amongst his peers and in the courtroom.
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There is no charge for the first consultation. To schedule a meeting with our attorneys, contact us by calling 956-467-5766. Additionally, you can contact us online by completing a short contact form. We serve clients in Edinburg, McAllen and throughout The Valley. Hablamos español.