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(214) 521-2277 3720 Rawlins St.
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Dallas, TX 75219
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Christopher N. Hoover
Call Now to Talk to a Lawyer
(214) 521-2277 3720 Rawlins St.
Suite H
Dallas, TX 75219

Dallas County DWI - Texas DWI Attorney in Dallas County

DWI Attorney Serving Clients in Rockwall, Dallas, Denton, Tarrant, and Collin Counties

At the Law Office of Christopher N. Hoover, located in Dallas, we represent clients who have been charged with DWI in every major city of Dallas County, including Addison, Balch Springs, Cedar Hill, Carrollton, and Cockrell Hill to name a few. Any type of DWI charge that leads to an arrest for DWI is punishable according to the Texas DWI laws.

Depending on how many DWI offenses or DWI convictions you have, you will be required to pay the appropriate fees based on Texas DWI penalties. Our law firm helps to protect the rights of our clients. We realize laws constantly change, and it is important to have an attorney who can stay up-to-date on these changes. Driving while intoxicated is a serious offense in Texas with severe consequences. You cannot afford to lose a DWI case and risk conviction for DWI.

Your first court date WILL NOT BE YOUR TRIAL DATE! The purpose of this first hearing is to determine two things.

  1. Are you going to honor your bond and be in Court when you are requested to be there. If you don’t show, a warrant will be issued by the Court to arrest you and bring you to Court. You will be arrested, required to pay a new bond (if a bond is even possible?). If you are there, you are well on your way to hitting a home run.
  2. Have you hired a lawyer? If you have not then you will be asked if you are planning on hiring an attorney by yourself or will you be applying for a “Court Appointed Attorney”?

Either answer is fine. They just need to know this information before your case will ever “start”. Once you have your lawyer, you may not be required to show up for every setting of your case. Each County is different. They all have their own rules. And they follow them

Eventually you will have a final hearing. At this hearing you will either have worked out a plea bargain agreement or you have decided to take you case to Trial. If you have an agreement your case will be concluded THAT DAY.

If you choose to take your case to Trial, a date will be set for your trial. YOU MUST ATTEND ALL TRIAL SETTINGS OF YOUR CASE! Your case may not selected for trial when the date comes and a new date will be selected. There are many cases set for trial every week because you never know when something happens in a particular case that is unexpected and that case will not be able to go to trial. The court sets more than one case so it can insure that it uses its court time wisely. Every Court want to be in trial. All of them. So they want to be sure that they get their trials because that is their most important jobs.

Your attorney will do most of his work for you on “Court Day”. This is the only time both the prosecution and the defense are in court to talk about “Your” case. There are several thousands of files open in Dallas County. That’s a lot of files for both the Court and the prosecution to handle in any given days. We are all there to talk about the same thing, Your Case. We all have our files and we can talk about your specific case. Being nice goes a very long way in any County.

Dallas County is fairly “User Friendly” if you have been there thousands of time, like me. Your appearance is not required as much as other nearby counties. Your attorney will most of his work for you on “Court Day”. This is the only time both the prosecution and the defense are in court to talk about “Your” case. There are several thousands of files open in Dallas County. That’s a lot of files for both the Court and the prosecution to handle in any given days. We are all there to talk about the same thing, Your Case. We all have our files and we can talk about your specific case. Being nice goes a very long way in any County.

Contact the Law Office of Christopher N. Hoover to represent you for DWI, if you have been charged and arrested, anywhere in Dallas County, for driving while intoxicated. Our law has handled more than 500 DWI cases with successful results, and we focus 100% of our firm’s attention on DWI matters. Call us today, Toll-Free, at 1-888-252-4DWI, or locally, in Dallas, at 214-521-2277 to schedule an initial consultation.

Dallas County DWI Defense Lawyer

Dallas County DWI defense attorney Chris Hoover has more than 25 years of legal experience in DWI. He is a Founding Member of the National College for DUI Defense. When clients seek attorney representation for DWI defense in Dallas County, Texas, they can rest assured that our law firm knows what it takes to provide maximum DWI defense to avoid criminal conviction.

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