If your driver’s license was suspended due to a DWI or DUI, it might be possible for you to obtain an occupational driver’s license. Occupational driver’s license, sometimes called essential need license, is a special license that will allow someone…Continue reading
Occupational Driver’s License
I can’t tell you how much we appreciate you and your staff’s hard work on my husband’s case. We have such a great sense of relief that this black cloud has been lifted. This case impacted our lives significantly, and he…Continue reading
Texas DWI Laws
Driving While Intoxicated, (DWI) is drunk driving. In Texas, the state has set limits to the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) to determine if you are too intoxicated to drive. In Texas, the BAC levels are 0.08% for drivers over 21 years old, 0.04% for commercial drivers and drivers under 21, any detectable amount can result in an arrest.
Texas DWI Penalties
Texas has made national news several times this year for stiff DWI penalties. More and more habitual offenders are finding themselves with a life sentences for various degrees of offense. Texas prosecutors often run on campaigns about being tough of DWI offenders and both Texas Prosecutors and Judges often go on record about being tough of DWI cases.