Police across Texas will be stepping up DWI enforcement over labor day weekend. DWI is a serious charge that can greatly impact peoples lives in different ways. If you get hit by a DWI driver you can suffer pain and injury as a result of the accident. In addition to those injuries are the medical bills that go along with the treatment that is needed to get better. If you get pulled over for DWI you will have an expensive legal battle ahead of you. You could be facing jail time and big fines. In either case its important that you contact an experienced DWI or Personal injury Attorney to represent you.
In a recent article in the Austin American Statesmen, “We want to remind people that driving while intoxicated on Texas roads will not be tolerated.”—-Lakeway Police Chief Todd Radford" Drinking and driving is a problem that Texas face. Each year many people die on Texas roads because of DWI accidents. By stepping up enforcement of DWI charges the Texas Police are trying to curb those numbers especially on holiday weekends like the upcoming on on labor day.
"This increased enforcement is part of a national effort by the National Transportation Highway Administration and the Texas Department of Transportation’s “Drink. Drive. Go to Jail” campaign that runs through Labor Day, Sept. 1. Many police departments around the state also are conducting no-refusal programs as part of their Labor Day crackdown. These programs require suspected drunk drivers to submit to a blood test to measure their alcohol levels." If you or a loved one has been arrest for drinking and driving please feel free to contact our Galveston DWI Lawyer at 713-829-4317.
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