DWI prosecutors rely on breath or blood test evidence to get a conviction, or convince a defendant to plead guilty. When a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) test is performed, whether it is a breath test or a blood test, the prosecution will present evidence of alcohol reported to be in the accused’s bloodstream to prove that the defendant was driving a vehicle with a BAC over the legal limit. It is important for a criminal defense attorney defending a client in a DWI case to fully understand the science behind alcohol absorption and elimination rates in order to competently defend a client. Talk to our AV® Preeminent Rated lawyer before you do anything else. The quality of your defense lawyer could not be more important in a DWI case.

Skilled DWI Lawyer in Texas

At Hamilton Grant PC, we are highly trained and experienced in DWI defense and are extremely knowledgeable about the blood and breath alcohol testing systems used by law enforcement to prosecute DWI offenses in Collin County.

Read the recent wins page and see for yourself the many cases the firm has won defending clients who have been arrested for DWI. There are many reasons why a case may be dismissed or won based on lack of evidence or a failure on the part of the police to follow proper procedure. Call us today to see if we can help you avoid a costly conviction for DWI.

Contact our offices today and schedule an initial consultation so that we can discuss you case in detail and advise you on your options.