You Can’t Trust What You’ve Heard About DWIs
Drunk driving is a serious charge in Texas, and can have consequences outside of the courtroom with the potential to send you to jail, cost your driving privileges, plus collateral consequences such as loss of employment. An arrest puts you in a tough spot, and the anxiety about what is at stake in your personal or professional life can be just as bad as the penalty itself. In addition to the threat of jail time and fines, there may be the loss of your driving privileges.
If you possess a commercial driver’s license, your career is in serious danger. Other potential costs include admission into college and professional organizations and significant price increases to your auto insurance.
An Honest Look At Your Case
While many think the readout of a Breathalyzer or blood test is indisputable, there are valid challenges to a DWI. The same applies for any charge of intoxicated driving, including for those accused of driving under the influence of drugs or prescription medication. The process and method of your arrest are essential factors in your case, and Mr. Ashworth can help you determine if your charge was valid or a violation of your rights.
With more than 30 years of experience, Bruce Ashworth knows the local courts and how to navigate the system, ensuring thorough defense against your charges. He’ll discuss your case with you in detail, letting you know your options so you can make the right decision for your future, including the possible reinstatement of driving privileges or dismissal of your charges.
Put Experience To Your Advantage
Drunk driving has severe consequences. You can’t trust what you heard from friends or read on the internet to fix your problems. Bruce Ashworth is experienced in all types of DWI and DUI defense: first-time misdemeanors, felonies and repeat offenses. You need a seasoned lawyer working in your defense. Mr. Ashworth is certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Learn More By Calling Today
For a free consultation, call the office of Bruce Ashworth, Attorney at Law, in Arlington at 817-873-1293. He can also be reached via email.