Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) and other alcohol related offenses are serious issues in Cedar Creek Lake and the surrounding counties. If you're facing charges in Kaufman County, Henderson County for alcohol, drug or other criminal charges - contact the Mabank off of The Versace Law firm.
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Criminal charges - whether they be misdemeanor or felony cases are some of the cases Andy can take. He handles criminal, drunk driving cases and Department of Public Safety Driver’s License hearings throughout Van Zandt County, Henderson County, Kaufman County, Hood County, and the greater East Texas area.
If you have been arrested, or even questioned by the police in the Cedar Creek Lake area, don't hesitate to contact a local lawyer. The next steps you make may determine your future.
Call today for a free consultation, and let an experienced Criminal/DWI attorney address all your concerns. You will never get the run around, instead you will always talk to a licensed Texas attorney who knows DWI/DUI law.
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What does a Texas DWI/DUI charge involve?
When arrested for Drunk Driving in Texas you are faced with two different proceedings. The first is a criminal case, and this will affect your arrest and criminal record. Your second case is a matter of civil court, which can affect your driving privileges in the State of Texas.
You only have 15 days to save your license, so please call now! Time is not on your side.
With a DWI/DUI comes serious consequences in Texas. Along with facing possible criminal convictions, whether a Misdemeanor or Felony, you also stand to lose your Texas Driver’s license, see an increase in your auto insurance, pay large fines, Texas surcharges, court costs, jail time and more.
From the date of arrest for DWI/DUI you only have 15 days to request a driver’s license hearing to challenge the suspension of your Texas driver’s license. No matter if you took the states blood alcohol test or refused to take a breath test, blood test, or urine test, the Texas Department of Public Safety will suspend your driver’s license unless you take action and timely request an administrative license revocation hearing (ALR). You only have 15 days.
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In addition to Texas Personal Injury Law, Andy handles numerous other criminal law cases including the following:
Cases are handled throughout Texas Including but not limited to:
Henderson County, Kaufman County, Hood County, Dallas County, Van Zandt County and more.