Defense for DWI with BAC Over 0.15
Challenging DWI Tests in Dallas
If you have been charged with a driving with a BAC over 0.15, you are facing serious legal consequences. It is imperative that you contact an experienced attorney immediately. Knight Law Office has the proven track record and experience that could save you from conviction. As a former Assistant District Attorney and now serving as a criminal defense lawyer, Nelson Knight has extensive experience the strategies that work to defend against DWI charges, including cases with involving a BAC of over 0.15.
The case against you could be flawed, but it takes a professional to identify the errors and to argue your case successfully at trial. Call us before you make any decisions about your plea. We can advise you immediately about any defense options that could help you avoid conviction.
What will happen if you are convicted?
Our Dallas DWI defense attorney will work tirelessly for your defense. He will analyze the details of your case to identify the errors, whether in testing, the police stop, the arrest, or other aspect of the case. When the charge is a DWI with a BAC over 0.15, our firm should get involved immediately.
If your BAC registers over .15, you will likely have to endure:
- Up to 1 year in jail
- Fines up to $4,000
- A long period of license suspension
- An ignition interlock device installed in any vehicle you drive, at your own expense
If you are a repeat offender with any prior DWI conviction, you will be dealing with extreme penalties. It is critical that you have help from a highly professional and successful Dallas DWI lawyer if you are hoping to avoid conviction.
Aggressive Representation for Your Case
When law enforcement has evidence that you were driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) or 0.15 or higher, they consider this evidence will be sufficient to get a conviction. There are many cases in which the breath testing employed to measure the BAC level were incorrectly administered and can be successfully challenged, and when this fact is proven by your lawyer, you can walk away without further consequences.
Breathalyzers malfunction, and law enforcement makes mistakes in administering the test. The unit could have a history of faulty readings, may not have been calibrated or maintained, or too much time passed between the arrest and the breath test, allowing legal challenges regarding alcohol absorption to be effective in your defense.
We are ready to evaluate your case and the evidence Call us today to schedule a consultation.