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.
The Texas DWI Manual is a comprehensive guide that walks DWI attorneys through every step of the DWI process, from arrest, to arraignment, discovery, trial, and the outcomes after the end of a trial and the case has closed. This manual has been a trusted source for defense teams, the court systems throughout Collin County, Dallas County, and the surrounding areas. It is published by James Publishing, one of the leading publishers of law books and guides since 1981. The Texas DWI Manual was first published in 2013 (1st edition) and is updated annually. The 4th edition was released in December, 2016.
Hamilton Grant PC offers both existing clients guides and legal advice for what next to expect when facing DWI charges. Founding attorney, Deandra M. Grant, is the author of the books, entitled respectively,What Plea Lawyers Won’ t tell you:The Behind the Scenes Consequences of a Texas DWI Conviction and Surviving Your DWI in: Dallas, Collin & Tarrant County.
Attorney Deandra Grant recently had an article published in Counterpoint: The Journal of Science and the Law entitled “An Introduction to Retrograde Extrapolation”. This is the process in which expert witnesses attempt to calculate what a person’s alcohol concentration was at a time in the past. You can download the article here.