By: Law Office of Kevin Bennett  01/25/2016
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In Texas, a conviction for driving while intoxicated (DWI, also referred to as "DUI") can lead to very serious consequences. Some of these consequences include a driver’s license suspension, jail time, steep fines, community service, Texas DPS (Department of Public Safety) surcharges and probation. Another penalty, that is considered indirect, could be an increased premium on your car insurance. Needless to say, these penalties can have a disastrous impact on your life moving forward. However, being arrested for any offense does not necessarily mean that it will lead to a conviction. In the event that you are arrested and charged with DWI, it is vital that you contact a qualified Texas defense attorney who may be able to find inconsistencies or weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, which could lead to a reduction or dismissal of your charges.

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