Legal Help for Boston, Masschusetts Residents after the Big Game: Do You Need a Houston DWI/Criminal Defense Lawyer?

February 01, 2017 - We hope nothing mars your Super Bowl 51, whether you are a New England Patriots fan from Boston, Massachusetts, an Atlanta Falcons fan from Atlanta, Georgia, a Texas native, or you are from anywhere else across the nation. If, however, you have already experienced a Houston DWI or criminal charge, or you doreceive a criminal charge or DWI, don’t face the consequences on your own...
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Legal Help for Atlanta, Georgia Residents after the Big Game: Do You Need a Houston DWI/Criminal Defense Lawyer?

February 01, 2017 - If you are in Houston for Super Bowl 51 festivities, and find yourself with a traffic ticket, criminal charges, or worse, a DWI, it can be frustrating to determine the best way to handle such an occurrence. After all, unless you live and work in Houston, you may be headed back to Atlanta, Georgia. Hiring a well-qualified Houston DWI lawyer and/or Houston Criminal Defense lawyer could be...
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Hiring a Houston Drunk Driving Lawyer

Even as the DWI laws across the nation continue to get more and more stringent, many Texans are nonetheless surprised to hear that a Texas man is potentially facing criminal liability for buying drinks for a woman at a bar. The woman later left the bar, ostensibly after having too much to drink, and drove the wrong way on Interstate 45, crashing her vehicle into a couple and killing them. The question being asked by many Texans is whether the simple act of buying drinks for a stranger at a bar could soon become a crime. The man was identified through video cameras inside the bar.

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Getting Help from a Houston Drunk Driving Attorney

The state of Texas is well-known for its relatively harsh DWI laws; beginning September 1, the penalty for a hit-and-run fatality will equal that of intoxicated manslaughter. An intoxicated driver who is involved in an automobile accident and fails to stop and render aid would, under current laws, be subject to a third-degree felony which carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison. The new law will raise that offense to a second-degree felony, bringing the potential sentence to a maximum of twenty years. A second new law can result in up to ten years in prison for those who fail to stop and render aid following an accident with injuries.

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