Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is the official designation for drunk driving in the state of Texas. No matter the circumstances, a DWI or DUI conviction - even for a first-time offense - can carry stiff penalties. For adult drivers, the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit is .08%. The BAC limit for commercial drivers is .04%, and drivers younger than 21 are not permitted to have any alcohol in their system.
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In addition to the tiered penalties listed above, all DWI convictions include a driver's license suspension of up to two years, a three-year annual surcharge of up to $2,000, mandated completion of a DWI education or intervention program, and the possible installation of an ignition interlock device. If your DWI offense included a child passenger or caused bodily harm to another person, the resulting penalties can be even more severe.
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At the Law Office of Mac Morris, I have been helping the residents of Plano avoid convictions for 20 years. In fact, thousands of clients have trusted my DWI and DUI services and benefited from my legal experience. Call an experienced DWI Lawyer at (214) 597-8127 for a free consultation.
Call an experienced DWI Lawyer at (214) 597-8127 for a free consultation.