When I got charged with a DWI, I didn't know what to do. This was my 2nd DWI and I knew that if I didn't get the charges dropped not only would I lose my license, but that I would lose the respect of my friends, coworkers and family. How could I face the people in church when they all thought I was a reckless drunk? It wasn't fair, and I didn't deserve it.
I had been driving home late at night after staying late at a party when I nodded off and swerved into a fire hydrant. It was one hell of a wake up call, that's for sure. The cops came and thankfully no one was hurt, but I could tell the cops must have thought I had been drinking. He asked me if I was in fact drinking, and I said that I was just tired. It's true I was groggy, and it may have been from the cough medicine I took but I certainly wasn't getting hammered. I still wasn't feeling like myself, and I felt a bit woozy from crashing into the fire hydrant, but the cop wanted me to take a FST, which he said I failed. I was arrested right in front of my neighbors, which was one of the most embarrassing and mortifying experiences in my life.
I had never gotten in trouble before this, so I had no idea what my rights were, or what to expect. Finally, a good family friend recommended White & Measells LLP, who she said were one of the most reputable DWI attorneys in Texas.
They took care of my case and fought for me, making sure the charges were dropped. They were very understanding of my situation and helped me repair my reputation. Because of them, I was able to clear up what really happened that night and prove that I wasn't driving while intoxicated.
I recommend them to anyone who needs a great DWI attorney. I hope you never need one, but if you do, I'm sure you'll be very happy with White & Measells.