A DWI conviction may have any of a number of negative effects on a person. If you have been arrested for DWI (driving while intoxicated) in Texas, your primary concerns may be imprisonment and driver's license revocation. You may also face large fines and surcharges that can put a great deal of strain on your financial situation. These are the most devastating consequences of a DWI conviction. If you are facing multiple DWI offenses, the consequences of a conviction are even more severe.
It is important that you consult an attorney as soon as possible and take action to avoid a DWI conviction. Dallas County and Collin County DWI lawyer Deandra Grant is here to help. For over 20 years, attorney Grant has been protecting people just like you who have been arrested for DWI and are facing the possibility of a conviction and serious penalties. With her knowledgeable and dedicated representation and aggressive assertion of your rights, attorney Grant can make the positive impact on your defense that is so important to protecting your future.
The following are some of the potential consequences of a DWI conviction in Texas. In addition to imprisonment, fines and driver's license suspension, a defendant may face probation and surcharges.
The Texas Department of Public Safety will assess the following surcharge for a period of 3 years following a conviction for DWI:
A defendant may face probation or jail time or both. Probation as related to a DWI conviction may include:
Do not hesitate to contact our firm if you or someone you know has been arrested for DWI. Contact Collin County DWI lawyer Deandra M. Grant today for a free consultation!