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Douglas Huff’s DWI Article in Attorney at Law Magazine

Douglas Huff, a partner at Deandra Grant Law, recently published the article “Texas DWI Superfines” in Attorney at Law Magazine. In it, he discusses the impact of the state’s decision to remove the DWI Surcharge in 2019, due to the repeal of the Texas Driver Responsibility Program. This surcharge used to be a possible penalty that a court assessed over three years in certain DWI cases.

Huff’s main points in the article cover:

  • The immediacy of the change in law and how it impacts individuals who previously had to pay for it and future DWI convictions
  • How the new transportation code requires a final conviction or jail sentence
  • What the court must do if they determine that the defendant is indigent

Read the rest of the article on Attorney at Law Magazine’s website!

Hire Deandra Grant Law as Your DWI Defense Attorney in the DFW Area

If you face DWI accusations in Fort Worth, Denton, and the rest of North Texas, Deandra Grant Law can help you find a defense strategy. Our goal is to obtain a dismissal of the charges whenever possible. If it is not a viable option, our team is committed to getting a reduction of penalties. We can represent you in a wide range of DWI cases including accidents, felonies, field sobriety tests, and hit and run.

With more than 25 years of DWI criminal defense experience and as a nationally recognized DWI authority, our attorneys provide comprehensive legal assistance both in and out of court. Our priority is to help you secure a positive outcome and fight for your future. We make it convenient for you to choose us thanks to our five offices across North Texas.

Contact Deandra Grant Law today at (214) 225-7117 to schedule an appointment to start building an effective defense against your DWI charges in Fort Worth and its surrounding areas!

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