Texas Lawyers Guiding You Through the DWI Conviction Process

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    Texas Lawyers Guiding You Through the DWI Conviction Process

    With Offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Allen, Denton, Waco & Austin

    Do You Need Legal Help?



      "Deandra Grant Law fights hard for their clients and is always willing to go above and beyond. They are the best firm for DWI cases in DFW and beyond. Definitely hire them to represent you in any pending cases."

      - P. Williams

      "Deandra Grant made a tough situation so much better. She listened to my concerns and helped me so much with my case. I would recommend her to anyone needing legal services."

      - M. Haley

      "Deandra Grant Law handled my case with diligence and professionalism. Deandra Grant's reputation is stellar and now I know why. She has a team of individuals who provide quality service."

      - N. Coulter

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      A Fighting Team On Your Side

      Since 1994 when our doors opened, Deandra Grant Law has helped thousands of clients get their DWI charges reduced or dismissed. We're ready to fight on your behalf.

      Deandra M. Grant

      Managing Partner

      Douglas E. Huff

      Partner & Criminal Division Chief

      Makenzie Zarate

      Criminal Division DWI Trial Chief

      Sorsha Huff

      Immigration Division Chief & Criminal Division Deputy Chief

      David Holmes

      Criminal Division Associate

      Texas DWI Manual
      By Attorney Deandra Grant

      Fighting DWI charges can present many challenges, not only for the defense, but prosecutors as well. This is why it is important to be armed with the necessary knowledge so you understand the DWI process.

      Attorney Deandra M. Grant is the co-author of the Texas DWI Manual, offering legal advice to both clients and fellow attorneys. Fighting DWI charges can present may challenges, not only for the defense, but prosecutors as well. This is why it is important to be armed with the necessary knowledge so that you understand the DWI criminal process.

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      Texas Lawyers Guiding You Through the DWI Conviction Process

      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. Texas DWI conviction lawyer, Deandra Grant, is here to help. For over 25 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.

      Effects of a DWI Conviction

      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:

      • $1,000 per year for conviction of a DWI 1st offense
      • $1,500 per year for conviction of a DWI 2nd offense or more
      • $2,000 per year for any DWI with a breath/blood test result equal to or greater than 0.160 percent

      A defendant may face probation or jail time or both. Probation as related to a DWI conviction may include:

      • Mandatory reporting to a probation officer
      • A drug/alcohol evaluation
      • Testing for alcohol and/or drugs
      • Jail time as a condition of probation
      • MADD Victim-impact classes
      • Driving classes
      • Driver’s license suspension
      • Breath-test equipment in your car
      • Fines
      • Court costs
      • Monthly probation fees (normally $60)
      • Class fees
      • Wearing a SCRAM device
      • Increased insurance rates

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      “Deandra Grant Law handled my case with diligence and professionalism. Deandra Grant’s reputation is stellar and now I know why. She has a team of individuals who provide quality service.”

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