Everybody in Bexar County should understand how it works: if police pull you over and your blood alcohol content is 0.08 percent or higher on a breath test, you will be convicted of DWI. Like a lot of things that people know, however, this statement hasn’t always turned out to be so. It might not be a bad idea to get an experienced DWI attorney on your case as soon as possible to see what possible grounds may exist to challenge the prosecution’s evidence.
The criminal defense team at Rush & Gransee, L.C. has had success in assisting those accused of DWI with achieving desirable outcomes. DWI defense lawyer Kurt Gransee served on the Bexar County DWI task force earlier in his career. His experience in this position means that he is familiar with prosecutors’ tactics and strategies, and he can put this experience to work for you.
The potential consequences of a DWI conviction can be serious. License suspension, fines and higher insurance premiums are merely some of the problems that may be encountered by those convicted. Our firm has had success both in challenging the admissibility of evidence and in negotiating plea agreements that can ameliorate the negative consequences for those accused of serious DWI offenses.
Was the breath test properly administered? Did the police officer properly advise you of your rights? Are there any factors in your favor that can be helpful during plea negotiation? These are all questions that we will consider when preparing your defense. We can arrange a free initial consultation to discuss drunk driving charges. For more information about our firm and about drunk driving charges under Texas law, check out our website.