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DWI Lawyer, Fort Worth, TX. Driving While Intoxicated

People are arrested for driving while intoxicated in communities throughout Tarrant County and Parker County every single night. This crime is commonly referred to as driving under the influence (DUI) in many other parts of the country. In Texas, a DWI charge can have stiff consequences for an alleged offender.

The right DWI lawyer can make all the difference. While being pulled over and taken into custody can be an extremely humbling experience, it is important to remember that an arrest for drunk driving is never an automatic conviction. Any police error committed from the moment a motorist is asked to stop to the time an alleged offender is released from custody can result in criminal charges being significantly reduced or possibly even dismissed entirely.

Fort Worth DWI Lawyer

If you were recently arrested for DWI in parker County or tarrant county, you need to seek legal counsel of a DWI lawyer as soon as possible for help avoiding the severe penalties you could be facing. Townsend, Gebhardt & Eppes, PLLC represents clients all over the greater Fort Worth area, including Arlington, Weatherford, Cleburne, and many surrounding communities.

Our Tarrant County DWI lawyers have experience handling these cases on both sides of the aisle, as all three of our lawyers have served in District Attorney’s Offices throughout Texas. You can have our firm review your case as soon as you call (817) 502-3600 today to schedule a free, confidential consultation.

Types of DWI Cases in Tarrant County. What You Shoud Know.

Whether you were arrested for the first time or have been previously convicted of drunk driving on multiple occasions, the dedicated attorneys of Townsend, Gebhardt and Eppes, PLLC handle a wide variety of DWI cases. Some of the most common DUI matters our firm handles includes but is not limited to:

  • First DWI
  • Second DWI
  • Third DWI
  • Felony DWI
  • DWI with a Child Passenger
  • Intoxication Assault
  • Intoxication Manslaughter
  • DWI over 0.15 BAC
  • Juvenile/Underage DWI