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Fort Worth DWI DUI Attorneys

Drunk Driving Defense Lawyers Serving Grapevine and the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

If you are arrested for drinking and driving, you face the possibility of steep fines, probation, jail time and loss of your driving privileges. But simply being arrested for DWI does not mean you are guilty; the state still must be able to prove your guilt beyond any and all reasonable doubt.

At Evans, Daniel, Moore, Evans & Biggs, we provide intelligent legal defense for people who are facing charges for driving while intoxicated (DWI).

Contact us today online or by telephone at 817-332-3822 to speak with an experienced Fort Worth, Texas, DWI (DUI) defense lawyer.

Building a Strong DWI Defense

At Evans, Daniel, Moore, Evans & Biggs, we defend people against DWI charges and help them maintain their driving privileges by representing them in ALR hearings and driver's license revocation proceedings.

If you are convicted of a first-time DWI offense in Texas, the Department of Public Safety will assess an administrative fee of $3,000, which you must pay in order to get your license back. This is in addition to any other fines and penalties you have received as a result of your conviction. Considering the burdens you must face if convicted, the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney can be a wise investment.

Our lawyers have extensive experience handling DWI defense cases and a long track record of successful results helping our criminal defense clients. We are highly skilled at identifying and seizing upon weaknesses in the prosecution's case. We will challenge evidence such as breath test results and field sobriety tests when necessary. If police violated your constitutional rights in executing the arrest or in submitting you to a blood draw without a proper warrant, we will fight for a dismissal of charges.

If you are facing more serious DWI charges such as intoxication manslaughter or intoxication assault, we are prepared to defend you in that situation as well.

Road Tests Should Not Be Proof of Guilt

Police officers often use failing field sobriety tests (road tests) as proof of drinking and driving. But there are several factors unrelated to alcohol that can affect these results. For example, fatigue, medications, medical conditions and general physical ability can all falsely cause a person to fail a field sobriety test. The failure to follow specific procedures when conducting these tests is also grounds for a false result. We know how to challenge field sobriety tests and protect our clients' rights.

Contact a Drunk Driving Defense Attorney Today

If you have been arrested on drunk driving charges — driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) — we will stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at 817-332-3822 to speak with an experienced Fort Worth, Texas, drunk driving (DWI, DUI) defense lawyer. For your convenience, we accept credit cards and are available 24 hours per day. Our law office is conveniently located in the Sundance Square area of downtown Fort Worth.

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