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Texas OVI Lawyers


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Charged with Texas DWI / DUI

If you’ve been arrested and charged with drunk driving or driving under the influence, you’re facing civil and criminal charges. Call an experienced Texas DWI attorney right away – you have only 15 days in which to request an administrative hearing to try to prevent your driver’s license from being suspended by the Department of Public Safety.

Find Texas DUI Lawyers to assist in your defense

Under Texas law as the number of DWI offenses goes up so do the penalties. If this is your first offense you may be facing jail time fines, and a 90 day revocation of your drivers license. If this is your second or third offense you may be facing charges as well as penalties of longer sentences heavier fines, and a lengthy license revocation period.

Texas Drunk Driving Information

  •  Drunk driving is a violent crime—and in the United States, drunk driving crimes occur more often than any other crime. Every five hours in Texas, someone is killed in an alcohol-related traffic crash.
  • Texas is among the national leaders when it comes to traffic deaths that involve alcohol.
  • According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2004 in Texas, 1,642 motorists were killed in alcohol-related crashes—second to California by only a single death. Experts estimate that 70 Texans are injured or killed in alcohol-related crashes every day.
  • The Department of Public Safety reports that of the 98,349 drunk driving arrests made in Texas in 2004, 303 young people between nine and sixteen years old were arrested for drinking and driving. An additional 9,285 minors between ages 17 and 20 were arrested for driving under the influence. That means more than 11 percent of all the people arrested for drinking and driving were under 21—the legal age for alcohol in Texas.

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OVI in

The acronyms DUI, DWI, OMVI and OVI all refer to the same thing: operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- The Ohio Bar Asociation

Ohio Revised Code 4511.19

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