Arrested For DWI? We Protect Your License And Your Freedom.
Drunk driving is punished by taking away your driving privileges. But license suspension affects employment and other aspects of your life. When you add fines, jail time, a criminal record and higher insurance rates, the fallout from a DWI conviction is severe.
Fifield Brown & Palmquist provides experienced DWI defense in Central Texas. Whether this is a first-time DWI or subsequent offense, we will challenge the charges to avoid a conviction or soften the consequences. Call us today at (512) 764-3632 to protect your rights.
DWI Defense By Former Prosecutors
All three of our attorneys have a background as prosecuting attorneys for Williamson County. Those insights help us mount a strong defense by examining the circumstances of your arrest, from the traffic stop and field sobriety tests to the reading of your rights and the blood alcohol test.
We handle all charges related to driving while intoxicated:
- First offense of DWI
- Repeat DWI offenses, which carry steeper penalties
- Zero tolerance violations (under-21 drivers)
- DWI with a child under age 15 in the vehicle
- Drunk driving accident resulting in injuries
- Refusing the breath test (implied consent violation)
- Driving while your license is suspended or revoked for DWI
Working For The Best Possible Outcome
Our firm represents you in both the criminal proceedings and the administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing. We can sometimes get DWI charges dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense. If we can’t negotiate a favorable deal, our lawyers are prepared to defend you at trial. If we cannot prevent a conviction, we will try to obtain a provisional license so that you can still drive to work.
We Are With You Throughout This Process
A DWI arrest is scary and embarrassing, but you have rights. As former prosecutors, we are well-versed in the law and how to defend you. We will answer all your questions and keep you informed at every stage of your case.
Call us immediately at (512) 764-3632 to start your defense, or use our online form and give us a few details. You must request an ALR hearing within 15 days of arrest or your license will be automatically suspended.