New Braunfels Tx DWI

9 Ways to Help Win a DWI in New Braunfels

  • Stop Drinking Alcohol While on Bond
  • Maintain a Healthy Diet and Exercise
  • Keep a Positive State of Mind
  • Some Clients Should Attend AA Meetings and/or Counseling
  • Do Not Talk About the Arrest to Other People
  • Be Patient the Case Takes Some Time
  • Have Faith That it Will Turn out Well-This Really Works
  • Hire an Attorney Trained in DWI, DUI, BWI Law
  • Be Prepared to Possibly Need to Hire an Expert Witness

What to do if You’ve Been Drinking and Get Pulled Over

When a driver is being stopped after they have been drinking it is important to correctly pull over. When the police flashers are visible in the mirror the driver should use a signal and safely pull over to the right. Everything is recorded and the negative actions will be in the police report.

New Braunfels DWI Attorneys

Not all attorneys train for the same cases or are willing to take the case to trial. It is important to find the lawyer who will do the best for your case. Your case may not need to go to trial and most cases actually do not. To be effective a lawyer needs to know how to take a DWI, DUI or BWI case to trial. Take a look at my web page here

Comal County Texas DWI Costs

The costs for a Comal County Tx DWI vary. There is a range depending on the severity of the DWI. The amounts below are not exact except for Max Court Fine

Level of DWIBailMax Court FineState Conviction Fine Range Depends if Previous Conviction was Within 36 months
Class B, DWI 1st$1,000-$2,000$2,000$3,000
Class A, DWI .15 or Higher$2,000-$4,000$4,000$6,000 (.15 BAC and up are always $6k)
Class A, DWI 2nd$2,000-$4,000$4,000$3,000-$6,000
State Jail, DWI Child <15 yr $6,000-$8,000$10,000$3,000-$6,000
3rd Degree Felony, DWI 3rd$8,000-$10,000$10,000$3,000-$6,000
2nd Degree Felony, DWI $12,000-$20,000$10,000$3,000-$6,000

How Do I Get Out of a DWI?

Getting out of a DWI can happen many ways. I have gotten them dismissed for various reasons before trial and have won several DWI cases in jury trials. A lawyer needs to determine if an expert is needed. Sometimes the probable cause may be bad or the breath or blood test. Each case is unique.

Author: Eric Torberson

Eric Torberson is a licensed attorney in Texas as well as licensed in the federal courts of the southern and western districts of Texas.