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You Face Two Legal Challenges After A DWI Charge
A drunk driving arrest starts two legal proceedings — a criminal case and an administrative proceeding that will result in the suspension of your driver’s license unless you take action. You have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing to appeal your license suspension.
Scott M. Brown & Associates will aggressively represent you in both the criminal and administrative aspects of your case.
DWI Defense Strategies
Despite what you may have heard, it is possible to successfully defend against a drunk driving charge.
Our attorneys will look at every aspect of your case, looking for a factual or legal basis for a potentially successful defense strategy. These could include lack of probable cause for the police to stop you, errors in the administration of the field sobriety tests, inadmissible breath test results and many others. If there is a way to obtain a dismissal or reduction of the charge to a nonalcohol-related offense, we will find it. We can assist with all types of DWI charges, including those involving:
- Multiple DWIs and felony DWI
- Drunk driving accidents
- Driving under the influence of drugs
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Don’t Let A Drinking And Driving Arrest Ruin Your Life
Scott M. Brown & Associates has successfully defended many people accused of drunk driving. In other cases, we have been able to lessen the penalties our clients have received. We also strive to teach our clients about the importance of not blowing at the scene and what your options are regarding different DWI sobriety tests.
Results can never be guaranteed, of course. In your case, Scott M. Brown & Associates will do everything we can to obtain the best possible outcome for you.
Contact A Lawyer Today
For a consultation with a lawyer, contact Scott M. Brown & Associates today. We have offices in Angleton and Pearland, Texas, to serve you.