In the State of Texas, a person is considered to be intoxicated while operating a motor vehicle when the person does not have the normal use of his or her mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol or has an alcohol concentration of .08 or greater.
If you have been charged or arrested for DWI you may have both a criminal case and a civil case pending against you. It is imperative that you seek counsel from an experienced criminal defense attorney. It is important for the attorney to have extensive knowledge of the criminal laws of the State, our Constitutional Rights as well as the rules of evidence used in the courtroom.
Ira Z. Miller is Board Certified in criminal law, and will work directly with you to immediately identify the particulars of your case and the charges against you including analyzing the following
The investigating and arresting officer's reports
Whether the police officer had a lawful reason to detain you
Whether the police officer complied with all Constitutional safeguards as required by law
Addressing any illegal search and seizures of your vehicle
Determining whether you properly submitted to a blood or breath alcohol test
It is urgent you contact a qualified attorney within a few days of your arrest so the attorney may begin making an effective defense. Contact the office of Ira Z. Miller today and set up an initial consultation to discuss your case.
When looking for an attorney in criminal law, family law and personal injury law, remember to ask about trial experience, board certification and a history of success in representing clients using every facet of the legal system.