Felony DWI

South Central Texas Felony DWI Attorney - San Antonio

Any DWI in Texas can have serious consequences, but if as a result of driving while intoxicated has caused you to seriously injure another driver or pedestrian, or you were previously convicted of multiple DWI offenses, more than likely you will be charged with felony DWI.

At the Law Offices of Andrew Preece, located in San Antonio, Texas, I represent clients across South Central Texas in Bexar County, Medina County, Bandera County and Comal County to name a few. Many of my clients have come to understand that I will personally handle their case, no matter what obstacles may be in the way. With more than a decade of criminal defense experience, I have successfully resolved cases involving felony DWI.

If you or someone you know has been charged with felony DWI, it’s vital to speak to a knowledgeable defense attorney who understands how to create an effective legal strategy that will help you avoid a felony conviction for DWI.

Contact the Law Offices of Andrew Preece, to schedule a free initial consultation regarding any multiple DWI or felony DWI charges. I can help you achieve the positive results you need.

How a Felony DWI Charge Affects You - San Antonio Criminal Defense

A felony DWI charge is a criminal offense. As with any criminal offense, there is a public record that can be accessed by employers, schools and universities, as well as landlords, who while performing a background check, may use the information to bar your from certain opportunities.

As your attorney, I can help you to avoid a felony conviction by exhausting every avenue to ensure you have a strong case. Furthermore, if you are not convicted, I can help you with the process of expunging your criminal records, so that you can move forward with your life.

Contact My Law Office Today

Contact the Law Offices of Andrew Preece by calling 210-299-7654 to schedule a free initial consultation. I am available to take your call seven days a week, 24 hours a day, to address any legal concerns you may have about felony DWI charges.