DWI Defense for College Students
Driving while intoxicated is a crime punishable by law, and it’s especially dangerous for college students in Texas. One DWI is treated as misdemeanor with a fine, potential jail time, and even community service. You might lose your license for up to two years, and you might not be able to get to and from class if this occurs. If this is not your first DWI arrest, the potential punishments are increased for each additional time you’ve already been arrested for the same crime.
If you are a college student being arrested for the fourth time driving while intoxicated, it’s no longer a misdemeanor crime you face. It’s now a criminal charge that could result in the suspension or revocation of your license, many years in jail, and other various forms of punishment. This can have a negative effect on your ability to go to school, to qualify for financial aid, or even get a job when and if you graduate. College students do have a good time, but it’s imperative you do not drive while intoxicated.
If you are involved in a DWI accident in Texas and someone loses their life, it’s automatically considered a criminal offense even if it’s the first time you’ve ever been arrested. It’s a dangerous situation, and you must be able to call a DWI attorney to help you with your case. Our attorneys can help defend your case using various legal forms. We can challenge the breath or blood test you took, and we can use other forms of defense to help you win your case and not destroy your entire future. Give us a call the moment you are arrested to ensure a solid defense is on your side when you go through this trying time.