Defending all of West Texas
Hurley, Guinn, Singh & VonGonten provides an aggressive defense for individuals charged with DWI and other intoxication offenses. The consequences of a DWI conviction can be as severe as a conviction for almost any crime in Texas. Some of those consequences include fines, probation, community service, and jail time. The State could also suspend your driver's license and even charge you a surcharge of $1,000 per year for up to three years after your convictions. All of this for even a first-time offender.
At Hurley, Guinn, Singh & VonGonten, our defense attorneys have significant experience handling DWI cases for clients in Lubbock and surrounding areas. At the very least, our goal is to minimize the consequences of a DWI conviction. But our ultimate goal is to avoid a DWI conviction altogether — by persuading the prosecutor to dismiss the case or being found not guilty at a jury trial.
Exploring all Angles in a DWI case
Our Lubbock DWI defense lawyers are experienced in defending against a driving while intoxicated charge. We will explore all potential defenses. Some of those include:
Whether you hire our law firm or not, remember that after receiving a notice of suspension of your driver's license, you only have 15 days to request a hearing to prevent your license from being suspended or revoked.
Free Initial Case Evaluation
If you have been arrested for a DWI offense in Lubbock County Texas, do not try to handle the legal situation yourself. Contact an experienced and respected Texas DWI defense attorney at Hurley, Guinn, Singh & VonGonten to make sure that your rights are protected. From our office in Lubbock, we provide DWI defense for individuals charged in all West Texas counties, including Garza County, Hockley County, Crosby County, Floyd County, Hale County, Lamb County, Lynn County, and Terry County. In addition to DWI, our criminal defense lawyers also represent individuals accused of all intoxication offenses, including intoxication assault, intoxication manslaughter, and public intoxication (PI).