DWI Effects on Your Criminal Record
Dallas Attorneys Representing Clients in Fort Worth, Denton, Austin & Allen
DWI is a criminal offense. This means that if you are convicted, you will have this DWI conviction as a part of your permanent criminal record. This criminal record is public information and you will be burdened with a public criminal record for the rest of your life unless you take specific action to challenge it.
The first step is prevention. Consulting a Dallas DWI attorney immediately is crucial to avoiding a conviction in the first place and to avoiding administrative license revocation. At Deandra Grant Law, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the aggressive representation they need during criminal proceedings and at their ALR hearings, as well.
DWI Criminal Record in Dallas
When you apply for a job, your DWI conviction will be found during your pre-employment background check. Many employers conduct background checks as a condition of employment and could disqualify you once they discover your previous DWI arrest and/or conviction. This is a very important consequence of having a DWI conviction on your record. If you receive a felony DWI conviction, not only will you have a conviction on your record but you will be prohibited from purchasing a firearm and will carry other stigmatizing results, including limits placed on the right to travel to certain countries.
DWI Defense Lawyers Serving Collin County & All of Northern Texas
At Deandra Grant Law, we represent clients facing DWI charges throughout northern Texas. We offer an initial consultation to discuss your case and may be able to help you avoid a conviction and the serious consequences of having a DWI on your criminal record.