Fighting For Your Rights Across Southeast Texas

Get A DWI Defense Lawyer Who Knows The Ropes

DWI convictions in Texas come with hefty consequences. One arrest could not only land you behind bars for the night, but also cost you your reputation, job and driver’s license.

You need a lawyer who won’t hesitate to pull out all the stops for you. At Paul Damico Law, PLLC, you can entrust your case to a former prosecutor with more than 20 years of experience in Texas criminal law. Paul knows how much is at stake. He takes an aggressive stance toward protecting his clients and fighting for outcomes that preserve their freedom, driving privileges, clean criminal record and reputation.

Penalties For A First-Time DWI In Texas

If this is your first DWI, and perhaps your first encounter with the law, it’s scary to navigate the justice system. A conviction could result in penalties such as:

  • Jail time ranging from 3-180 days
  • Suspension of your driver’s license for up to a year
  • Fines totaling up to $2,000

Additionally, having a conviction on your record will show up in background checks, which can limit your job prospects and other opportunities.

Penalties For Repeat DWIs In Texas

A repeat offense carries much steeper penalties, including:

  • Up to a year in jail for a misdemeanor, or up to 10 years for a felony
  • Loss of your driver’s license for up to two years
  • Fines of up to $10,000

As you can see, repeat offenses are very serious, and it’s all the more essential to have a skilled DWI defense attorney.

How Are Class A And Class B DWIs Different?

Both Class A and Class B DWI offenses are misdemeanors. Class A is more serious.

DWIs are Class A misdemeanors when your blood alcohol concentration is .15% or higher, or you have a previous conviction.

Get Help From A Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer Who Will Put You First

Based in The Woodlands, DWI defense lawyer Paul Damico represents people throughout Harris County and Montgomery County. He understands the nuances of Texas DWI defense. Learn more about how he can protect you from the harsh consequences of the criminal justice system. Call 346-536-4814 or reach out online.