DWI Defense Strategies That Work in Texas
Choosing the Right DWI Defense Lawyer —
Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
Although there are a number of potentially effective strategies for how to defend someone against a DWI charge — the number one strategy for avoiding a DWI conviction has nothing to do with anything any attorney can do for you. Instead, it has everything to do with the care you take in choosing that attorney.
At Tad Nelson & Associates, our attorney has put in the extra time and effort needed to stay up-to-date and knowledgeable about the latest techniques and approaches to DWI defense. Mr. Nelson is also a member of the National College for DUI Defense and has been recognized as a criminal law specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Lastly, as a former assistant district attorney for Galveston County, Tad Nelson’s unique understanding of how the prosecution approaches these cases has proven invaluable to our firm’s clients time and again.
Effective DWI Defense Strategies
Important questions any DWI defense lawyer should ask include:
- Did the arresting officers have the necessary probable cause required to pull you over in the first place?
- Were field sobriety tests administered properly?
- Was the breathalyzer functioning correctly?
- How was the machine calibrated?
- Were proper arrest procedures followed?
- Was a blood test taken, and if so, how was that evidence handled and then later analyzed?
Put a *Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialist and
Former Assistant District Attorney in Your Corner — Call (281) 280-0100
Tad Nelson & Associates represents DWI clients throughout Galveston County and the Houston metro area. Call or contact us online today because even though it may be too late to help you avoid a DWI charge — the strong, aggressive DWI defense representation we provide may still be able to help you avoid a conviction.
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*The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law; certification in any of these areas requires substantial demonstrated experience and skill, positive peer evaluations, ongoing legal education commitments, and the passage of a rigorous test.