Denton County DWI Penalties Lawyer
Law Office of Tim Powers
At the Denton County Law Office of Tim Powers, there are a variety of innovative
strategies that our attorneys employ in defending clients facing DWI penalties.
The most important component of her DWI defense strategy starts at your
administrative license revocation hearing (ALR).
When you are arrested for DWI, whether your refuse to give a specimen of
your breath or blood or fail or a warrant is secured, there will be an
While these ALR hearings provide Tim Powers with an opportunity to prevent
the suspension of your driver's license, the outstanding component
of this hearing is the potential to question and cross-examine the police
officer that arrested you… and that is because the ALR hearing
provides the opportunity to TRY YOUR CASE and learn inconsistencies long
before the real DWI takes place.
As Denton DWI criminal defense and DWI attorney notes:
The ALR (driver license hearing) gives us the amazing chance to check out
the strengths and weaknesses of my client's DWI so I can make the
best recommendation possible on whether they should plead their case or
go to trial.
Quite simply, winning the DWI starts at the ALR.
In fact, it is this unique viewpoint and approach to ALR hearings that
has led to her amazing string of DWI victories whether they were acquittals,
dismissals or reductions to non-DWI offenses. For more information on
the ALL-IMPORTANT ALR call our office today at 940.580.2899. so our unparalleled
staff can immediately begin helping you with your driver's license
Denton attorney is one of a select few attorneys in Denton County to have
qualified to be a member of the National College for DUI Defense. Don't
leave your DWI defense to chance.
If you are seeking aggressive criminal representation by an experienced
criminal defense attorney for your Denton County DWI case or arrest in
Denton County, contact the offices of Tim Powers today. There is no charge
or obligation for the initial consultation. 940.580.2899.
*Tim Powers is an attorney licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court
of Texas. Nothing in this article is intended to be legal advice. For
legal advice about any specific legal question you should directly consult