We Fight Your DWI law With Our San Antonio Attorneys

Start With a Free, One-Hour Consultation

We start by carefully examining every aspect of your case’s facts, paying close attention to even the slightest details. We gather information about your case and hear your side of the story during a free one-hour DWI law consultation. After obtaining official documents, including the police report and video, we look into the credentials and history of the arresting officer. In addition, we investigate your medical history for any information that could affect your ability to complete field sobriety tests, visit the location of your arrest to collect pictures or videos if necessary, and check your car for any potential mechanical issues.

DWI law
DWI law

It’s critical to understand that Texas distinguishes between DUI (driving under the influence) and DWI. People charged with DWIs often have a BAC of.08 or are considered legally inebriated, meaning they no longer possess the mental or physical competence to drive safely. On the other hand, if someone under the age of 21 is caught driving with any measurable level of alcohol in their system, they usually face a DWI. If any of these situations apply to you or your family,

Let LaHood Law Fight for You

We merge the facts of your case with our legal expertise, experience, and investigation of transportation laws, case law, and legal precedents as we start constructing your defense. Your case could have been handled improperly or wasn’t warranted in the first place for a number of reasons, including:

Either the rationale for the stop was very tenuous at best, or the arresting officer lacked genuine probable cause to pull you over.
Independent witness reports don’t support the police narrative.
The basis for your arrest was an unconfirmed anonymous report about drunk driving.
Field sobriety tests were not given correctly, and/or the arresting officer lacked the necessary training to conduct them.
The Standardized Field Sobriety Test was not administered, or the field Because of medical issues, environmental factors like weather, or the surface the test was performed on, sobriety test results cannot be relied upon.
The arresting officer failed to read your Miranda rights and did not properly issue a warning.
Inadequate training of the technician or unhygienic settings make it impossible to trust the findings of blood tests.
Legal requirements—like the 15-minute observation period—weren’t appropriately observed.
LaHood Law is qualified and experienced to defend you. Contact us now to talk about your situation.

We start constructing your defense by fusing the facts of your case with our legal expertise, case law research, and understanding of transportation rules and precedents. There are several reasons why the handling of your case could have been improper. or lacked merit from the beginning, such as:

The reason the arresting officer pulled you over was, at best, tenuous, and there was not a genuine basis for the stop.

Third-party witnesses’ reports do not support the police narrative.

Your arrest stemmed from an anonymous, unconfirmed report about drunk driving.

The arresting officer was either improperly qualified to give field sobriety tests or the exam was not conducted correctly.

The findings of the field sobriety test cannot be believed because of medical issues, environmental factors like weather, or the surface on which it was performed. Either a test other than the Standardized Field Sobriety Test was utilized.

The arresting officer failed to read your Miranda rights and did not properly issue you a warning.

Inadequate training for the technician or unhygienic settings make it impossible to trust the findings of blood tests.

Legal requirements—like the 15-minute observation period—weren’t appropriately observed.

LaHood Law is qualified and experienced to defend you. Contact us now to talk about your situation.

We start constructing your defense by fusing the facts of your case with our legal expertise, case law research, and understanding of transportation rules and precedents. Many factors might have contributed to the improper handling of your case or its initial unjustification, such as:

The reason the arresting officer pulled you over was, at best, tenuous, and there was not a genuine basis for the stop.

  • Third-party witness reports do not support the Your arrest stemmed from an anonymous, unconfirmed report about drunk driving.
  • The arresting officer was either improperly qualified to give field sobriety tests or the exam was not conducted correctly.
  • The findings of the field sobriety test cannot be believed because of medical issues, environmental factors like weather, or the surface on which it was performed. Either a test other than the Standardized Field Sobriety Test was utilized.
  • The arresting officer failed to read your Miranda rights and did not properly issue a warning.
  • Inadequate training for the technician or unhygienic settings make it impossible to trust the findings of blood tests.
  • Legal requirements—like the 15-minute observation period—weren’t appropriately observed.
  • LaHood Law have the knowledge and skills necessary to battle for

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