A drinking and driving or drunk driving
arrest starts two legal processes - Time is of the essence and you could
lose your driving privileges.

DWI

aboutA Texas drunk driving conviction is like no other crime in Texas - it is based almost entirely on the subjective opinion of a police officer. It also has oppressive social and legal consequences. A successful DWI defense is possible, but you need the help of an experienced DWI defense attorney. Jeff Carter is a skilled DWI trial lawyer and former Assistant District Attorney who has seen first-hand just how complicated a successful drinking and driving defense is. His experience as a prosecutor provides a unique perspective on criminal law, allowing him to know how to best defend those accused of a Texas DWI.


The Law Office of Jeff Carter will work hard to have your DWI and DUI charges dismissed. If complete dismissal is not an option, he will work to minimize the consequences of a DWI conviction, including a fight to let you keep your driver's license.

A drinking and driving or drunk driving arrest starts two legal processes - a criminal proceeding and an administrative process that can lead to a suspension of your driver's license. You can challenge the license suspension by requesting an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing, but you must request the hearing within 15 days of your arrest.

Contact Jeff Carter immediately at (832) 586-6538. Time is of the essence and you could lose your driving privileges.

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