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Have you been charged with Drunk Driving in Houston?

Being charged with a DWI is a serious matter, and it can have severe consequences. If you find yourself charged with a DWI, then you need to take action to make sure you have the best defense strategy possible.

Call (713) 224-4000 to speak to an attorney.

A DWI arrest can happen to anyone. Many clients find themselves facing a DWI charge when they’ve had “a few drinks after work.” The Law Office of Daniel Lazarine believes that the best practice is to always designate a driver.

Houston DUI Lawyer – Beating the Charge…

Before Mr. Lazarine became a criminal defense attorney in Houston, he was a criminal prosecutor in Galveston County. Meaning, he has extensive experience on both sides of the court room.

Mr. Lazarine understands that if an officer pulls you over, and smells alcohol on your breath, you are most likely going to be arrested for drunk driving, no matter how great you feel, or how few drinks you have had.

The officer will most likely ask you to take a breathalyzer test, or some other standard field sobriety test. You may be asked to submit to a blood sample test. Most DUI Attorneys will advise you to refuse to blow, and refuse to give a blood sample.

If it reaches this point, it is too late. You are most likely going to be arrested, taken to jail, and charged with drunk driving. And voluntarily submitting to a breath or blood test, when no warrant is present, is voluntarily agreeing to help the police build evidence against you.

You are under no legal obligation to help the police gather evidence against you. You have the right to remain silent, you have the right to refuse a breath or blood test when no warrant is present.

The Law Office of Daniel Lazarine, PLLC has helped many clients in Houston by fighting and defeating their drunk driving charges. Call now because you only have 15 days after the date of DWI arrest to save your Texas Driver’s License – (713) 224-4000.

The Limit is 0.08 BAC in Texas, The Consequences are Severe

When you find yourself facing significant legal consequences, you need a committed attorney on your side who knows how to protect your rights. The Law Office of Daniel Lazarine, PLLC has years of experience helping clients facing DWI charges.

A Driving While Intoxicated conviction can turn your life upside down. You could be facing a suspension of your license, increased insurance premiums, and the stigma of a DWI conviction on your record (not to mention some serious jail time).

You should never face the Texas Criminal Justice System without an expert criminal defense lawyer. Daniel Lazarine will fight to protect your freedom.

From the moment you’re arrested and charged with a DWI, the clock is running. You only have 15 days to request an ALR (Administrative License Revocation) hearing. If you want to give yourself the best chance of avoiding a DWI conviction, you have to act quickly and hire a lawyer who knows what he’s doing.

DWI Attorney in Houston

  • Former Prosecutor in Galveston County
  • Member of the National College of DUI Defense
  • Member of the Texas Criminal Lawyers Association
  • Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
  • Fort Bend County Criminal Lawyers Association
  • Galveston County Criminal Lawyers Association

Mr. Lazarine has completed the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test Training Course for Lawyers.

The best DWI lawyers know that the laws and regulations regarding DWI offenses are complex and can take years to master. That’s why Daniel Lazarine has put in the time and effort needed to gain a deep knowledge of the procedural and legal rules of DWI defense.

Mr. Lazarine’s experience as a prosecutor ensure that when you hire this firm to defend your DWI, you’re dealing with someone who knows exactly how the District Attorney’s office and the courts handle DWI prosecutions on their end, and knows what strategies work and don’t work in DWI defense.

Don’t waste any more time. Call the Law Office of Daniel Lazarine, PLLC today at (713) 224-4000 to speak to an attorney.