Dallas DWI of Drugs Defense Lawyers
Experienced Legal Representation throughout Fort Worth, Allen, Denton, Waco & Austin
In Texas, DWI now encompasses more than just alcohol-impaired driving. Under Section 49.01 of the Texas Penal Code, intoxicants can also include “a controlled substance, drugs, dangerous drugs, a combination of two or more of these substances, or any other substance into the body.” This makes operating a vehicle while impaired from any drug illegal in the state, carrying the same penalties as an alcohol-related DWI.
If you were pulled over for DWI, trying to handle such an offense on your own is a bad idea. At Deandra Grant Law, our firm combines the superior personal service of a small firm with the resources and results of a large one. Our legal team includes an award-winning trial lawyer/scientist who has trained on DWI and has achieved superb results for North Texans for more than 25 years.
Texas DWI Drugs Information
You can be arrested and charged for DWI if your driving has been impaired by any of the following:
- Prescription drugs—such as Xanax, Valium, Vicodin, Ambien, Soma, and Alprazolam—whether you have a valid prescription from a doctor or not
- Illegal drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, or others
- Over-the-counter drugs, such as cold medicines, allergy medicines, sleep aids, and cough medicines
- Any substance that causes dizziness, drowsiness, sleepiness, or impairs your motor skills, judgment, or reaction time may bring on a DWI arrest
You could be facing potential jail time, hefty fines, probation, the loss of your license, other court-ordered sanctions and programs, and a permanent criminal record upon conviction. State prosecutors pursue DWI charges aggressively in their goal of serving the public interest. That is why you need the skills and services of the team at Deandra Grant Law who can combat your charges with an aggressive and skilled defense.
Work with the team that has built a reputation for winning in court. Call (214) 225-7117 today. We also represent clients in Collin County and throughout northern Texas.
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