A DWI (Short for Driving While Impaired) is a misdemeanor drinking and driving offense where your blood alcohol content (BAC) registers at either .06 or .07. If your BAC registers above .07, you are considered to be Driving Under the Influence (DUI), which carries stiffer legal penalties than a DWI. See our page on DUI.
It is important to note that a drunk driving arrest does not mean automatic conviction and punishment. We will analyze and challenge every aspect of your case to build an effective defense.
We utilize our extensive experience as former prosecutors to analyze what happened when you were pulled over and arrested and whether your rights were violated. Generally, here are some of the questions we will ask:
An arrest for DWI does not automatically trigger a license revocation, however there may be other conditions (like refusal to submit to a field sobriety test or if you are under 21) specific to your case that may trigger a revocation. You must request a DPS hearing within (15) days of the date of the arrest to contest a revocation, so we recommend that you contact a lawyer immediately following your arrest to ensure that your rights are preserved. See our page on Driver's Licenses for more information.
The Tulsa DUI Guy practice handles DWI and DUI cases every day. We know that even a DWI can have drastic consequences, and we work hard to aggressively represent your interests and to get you the best possible result so you can get your life back on track. Complete the form below to get a free consultation.
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