What You Need to Know About DWI Classes

In Texas, being convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) is extremely serious and can lead to jail time, fines, and the suspension of your license. Because DWIs are stubbornly common, the state has taken a robust approach to enforce its laws related to drinking and operating a motor vehicle. The nationwide statistics on drunk driving… read more

Is a DWI a Felony in Texas?

DWI charges can have severe consequences, regardless of whether the DWI is a misdemeanor or a felony. Anyone facing a DWI charge needs to take it very seriously. Texas courts often issue maximum sentences for DWI convictions. What Is a DWI Charge in Texas? Driving with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .08 or higher… read more

Can I ‘Sleep It Off’ in My Car to Avoid a Texas DWI?

Imagine that it is the last call at the bar, but you’re too drunk to drive home. You think about calling an Uber or Lyft, but you don’t want to leave your car parked on the street overnight in fear of getting a ticket or getting your vehicle broken into.  So, you decide to take a nap… read more