Capable DWI Defense Lawyers
A conviction for driving while under the influence (DWI) carries a minimum jail sentence, thousands of dollars in fines and an automatic driver’s license suspension. These charges can cause you to lose your job, your ability to care for your children and your freedom. If you are charged with a DWI, you need to contact an experienced defense attorney right away.
The Pelton Law Offices defends the rights of people in the Houston area who are facing DWI charges. Attorneys Robert Pelton and Robyn Harlin have decades of combined Texas criminal defense experience. They will guide you through every part of your DWI defense, including the administrative license hearing, and fight to protect your rights at every opportunity. You can schedule your free consultation at the firm’s Houston office by calling 713-524-8471.
Defense Attorneys For Every Kind Of DWI Charge
The severity of the DWI charges can vary depending on the conditions of your arrest. The attorneys at the Pelton Law Offices have experience with every type of DWI charge, and they know how to build a strong defense. The lawyers will investigate the conditions of your arrest, the blood test results, the sobriety tests and every other detail of your case for deviations from the accepted protocol.
The Pelton Law Offices represents clients who are charged with felonies and misdemeanors related to driving while under the influence, including:
- Open container violations
- DWI with a child passenger
- Boating while intoxicated
- Underage DWIs
- Drug-related DWIs
- Extreme DWIs
- Multiple DWIs
If you or your loved one is in jail because of a DWI conviction, the attorneys can help you with your parole hearing. The firm’s staff interviews people in jail and uses those details to create a compelling argument for their parole.
Defend Your Right To Drive
After a DWI arrest, drivers will lose their license and receive a temporary driving permit. You may be able to have your driver’s license reinstated in an administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing. The Pelton Law Offices helps clients with these hearing so that they can continue to drive in their daily lives and for work.
You must request an ALR hearing within 15 days of your arrest. Because of this limitation, you should contact the firm as soon as possible.