What Is the Legal Alcohol Limit in Texas?

  If you live in Texas, responsibly drinking alcohol before getting behind the wheel of a car and driving is not illegal.  However, making that choice could possibly end with you getting stopped, arrested, and charged with DWI (i.e., driving while intoxicated). ...
Texas DWI Charges and Consequences

Texas DWI Charges and Consequences

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a criminal charge people across the country face. This criminal offense carries severe, potentially life-altering consequences. The State of Texas has some of the harshest penalties for people convicted of DWI.   Texas DWI Laws:...
A Few Basics About Texas DWI Statutes

A Few Basics About Texas DWI Statutes

Texas DWI Statutes. In Texas, a person can be arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) if they operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. It can be based on the arresting law enforcement officer’s general observations,...
How to Avoid Prison Time for 3rd DWI in Texas

How to Avoid Prison Time for 3rd DWI in Texas

Law enforcement in Texas take driving while intoxicated (DWI) seriously. A third conviction for DWI can result in major consequences, including significant time in prison. It is critical to take a third DWI charge seriously because a conviction for the crime will...
What To Do About a Third DWI in Texas

What To Do About a Third DWI in Texas

Driving while intoxicated in the Lone Star State is a serious crime with serious consequences.  While driving while intoxicated (DWI) charges for first and second offenses in Texas are typically filed as misdemeanors, prosecutors file felony charges for DWI offenses...