Strong Defense Against Drunk Driving Charges
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious crime in Texas. More than any other criminal charge, DWI has a way of hitting people from all walks of life. One simple mistake can result in criminal charges. If not handled well, these charges could be disastrous for your life. It is critical to work with a lawyer you trust to defend aggressively against DWI charges.
At the Law Offices of Frank Jackson, you will find an attorney who has a wealth of experience defending clients against DWI charges. From his primary office in Dallas, attorney Frank Jackson represents clients throughout North Texas. He has been practicing criminal law – as both a prosecutor and defense lawyer – for more than 50 years.
Challenging The Evidence
One of the most important aspects of defending against DWI charges is challenging the evidence. This can include challenging the legality of the stop or the arrest, uncovering some of the common problems associated with breath and blood tests, and uncovering rights violations, like the failure to read Miranda rights to the suspect.
When the police make errors in the procedure or there are problems with the diagnostic tools, these issues can result in evidence becoming inadmissible in court. Without adequate evidence, the prosecutor does not have enough for a strong case, and, often, the charge will be dropped or the case will be dismissed.
If there is any way to uncover problems with the evidence to get your case dismissed, attorney Jackson will do everything possible to find it.
There are cases where the evidence is strong and there are no mistakes anywhere in the process. When this happens, there is little chance of getting your case dismissed. In this scenario, attorney Jackson will use his knowledge and experience to minimize the penalties you could face. There are ways to plea the charges down, argue for reduced sentences and find alternative sentencing options that could reduce fines and jail time.
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