Groundbreaking New DWI Assessment Tool Now Available To Houston Resident
09/07/2012

Houston residents charged with DWI need reliable legal advice.....very fast. The D. Miller & Associates Law Firm is now offering limited-time access to their custom on-line “evaluation” tool to help those who are seeking important DWI information.

Online PR News – 07-September-2012 – Houston, TX – Houston residents charged with DWI need reliable legal advice.....very fast. The D. Miller & Associates Law Firm is now offering limited-time access to their custom on-line “evaluation” tool to help those who are seeking important DWI information. Additionally, D. Miller’s tool can automatically provide a full analysis of their personal situation and a recommended approach for dealing with the DWI charges. Formally available only to attorneys, the D. Miller & Associates Law Firm is now offering access to this revolutionary tool to the public…and absolutely free of charge. http://www.houstoncasedismissed.com/

It is no secret that driving while intoxicated in the state of Texas can result in serious criminal charges. This is true even if the driver is a first-time offender. Harris County law enforcement officers are very vigilant and strict when it comes to getting intoxicated drivers off the roadways. If charged with this type of offense, you will need a well qualified and experienced DWI attorney on your side. Naturally, the evaluation tool takes the guess work out of choosing the right attorney.

The DWI Evaluator delves into the different ways a Houston DWI attorney can defend people charged with driving while intoxicated. The tool also covers the additional charges driving under the influence of illegal drugs or is driving while impaired by certain prescription drugs. Both of these create situation where loss of driving privileges are common occurrences. D. Miller & Associates has successfully defended many people charged with these types of driving offenses.

Defending a DWI recipient is not a job for a mediocre lawyer. For example, the lawyers from D Miller may be able to show that the arresting police officer did not have probable cause for the initial pull over that led to the arrest. Probable cause is essential to any legal arrest, and it applies to driving charges as well as to other alleged offenses that citizens may be arrested for in Texas.

The DWI Evaluator will also explain how the lawyers from D. Miller can attempt to show in court that the blood alcohol test you were given was not properly administered or that the testing equipment itself was not validated according to legal requirements. Just because testing equipment reports you are above 0.08 percent BAC (blood alcohol concentration) does not actually mean that the results are true and accurate. The attorneys of D. Miller & Associates may also be able to show that any field sobriety tests you were given were not appropriate or conducted properly.

DWI is an area of law that can be complicated for many practitioners, especially if they don’t practice in this area on a regular basis. The attorneys at D. Miller & Associates combine for more than 25 years of experience in this arena and when you hire one of them you get the benefit of all of them. This level of expertise and experience in this area may be of great benefit to those who failed sobriety field tests.

It is important to also keep in mind that if you were charged with driving under the influence and some other type of offense occurred as well (such as being charged with reckless driving, causing an accident, hitting someone with your vehicle), your need for professional legal guidance increases dramatically.

To learn more about hiring an experienced and qualified Houston DWI lawyer, to learn about Houston DWI laws, to get a free evaluation of your situation or to get a solid plan together for moving forward, try the DWI Evaluator Tool at the D. Miller & Associates Law Firm website. Once you’ve gone through, if you have questions or are ready to move forward, use the contact screen at the end to arrange for a free initial consultation. http://www.houstoncasedismissed.com/