DWI and DUI Attorney in Hidalgo County

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Police officers and highway patrolmen throughout Texas are vigilant for motorists who might be intoxicated. If you are pulled over by an officer, you could be arrested for a DWI or a DUI charge. Our Hidalgo County DWI lawyer can provide you with diligent and dedicated legal representation throughout your case.

When you've been pulled over, benefit from devoted representation that is:

  • Hands-on with all our cases
  • Compassionate and understanding counsel
  • Certified Forensic Lawyer-Scientist
  • Brings hope in the midst of a traumatic experience

Why Does Having a DWI or DUI Lawyer Help?

Due to the wide range of factors that are involved with driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence case, having a Mission DUI lawyer who is knowledgeable is can provide necessary insight to you and your case.

Having Attorney Flores representation can provide you with:

  • Specific and focused attention to your case
  • Effective and dedicated legal counsel
  • An understanding of the criminal justice system
  • A Mission DWI/DUI attorney who works with YOU throughout your case

Contact our Mission DUI lawyer to learn more about how we can defend you.

Frequently Asked DUI Questions

If you have been arrested for DUI/DWI, it can be incredibly nerve-wracking and stressful. You may have a number of questions on your mind, such as who you can trust and what you can do to protect your rights. At The Law Office of Rene A. Flores PLLC, we are here to ensure you are aware of your rights and to answer all of your questions. Alcohol, car keys and handcuffs - Hidalgo County DWI Lawyer

What Should I Do if I am Pulled Over?

If you are pulled over, it is very important that you remain calm and polite, but don't information outside of the basis of your stop. If they ask you questions about whether you have been drinking or anything else to do with a potential criminal charge, exercise your right to remain silent.

Do I Have to Take a Breathalyzer?

No, you do not need to submit to a breathalyzer or blood test to determine your BAC at the time of the arrest. If you do refuse to submit to chemical testing, you may find yourself facing a blood warrant or stricter drivers license penalties.

Do I Have to Agree to a Field Test?

No, you do not have to submit to field tests, regardless of the circumstances during your arrest. Any evidence collected from these tests can be used to convict you.

Could I Be Charged with a DWI/DUI if My BAC Level Was Below 0.08?

You could be charged with a DWI or DUI even if test results reveal you had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) below 0.08. Under Texas Penal Code § 49.01, “intoxicated” is defined as having an amount of alcohol and/or drugs in the system that impairs a person’s normal physical or mental faculties.

Why Should I Hire a Mission DUI Attorney?

It is important that you have representation on your side after you have been arrested for DUI. Our Hidalgo County DWI attorney and team members are ready to represent you against the charges you are facing and ensure your rights are protected.

What Penalties Could I Face?

The exact penalties for a DWI/DUI conviction depend on the details of the arrest, as well as whether you have previous arrests. Law enforcement members are typically harsher on those who have a record. Possible punishments could include a driver’s license suspension or revocation, jail time, fines, and a permanent mark on your criminal record. If you were caught driving with a child in the car or with BAC of 0.15 or more, you could face harsher charges and penalties. These consequences could affect your future, such as the ability to get a job.

Contact The Law Office of Rene A. Flores PLLC today for a free phone consultation.

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