A DWI charge, if you are convicted of it, will stay on your record permanently.
Yes, there are various other fines and surcharges that may be imposed upon you depending on the nature of your DWI case.
Yes. Those who drive under the influence of alcohol and are minors (under 21) may face different penalties.
Yes. A license suspension does not apply only to the state in which you are licensed to drive.
Yes, because the state of Texas recognizes priors incurred in other states.
Hiring an attorney is the best way to get out of your DWI charges.
Research has shown that a 0.08 percent blood alcohol concentration is the maximum amount of alcohol that a person can have in their system before they become too impaired to drive safety.
The standard of “normal” is again referring to the state a person is in without impairement.