Our clients receive vigorous, thorough, and professional courtroom representation at a fair price. We believe you are entitled to no less. Our Dallas DWI law firm is founded on three important principles:
- A thorough knowledge of the law,
- The ability to use that knowledge to your benefit, and
- Real trial experience—we will not shy away from taking your case to trial if necessary to achieve the desired result.
Many inexperienced Dallas DWI attorneys might counsel you to accept a first charge, before they have even really looked into your case. That won’t happen at Bristol & Dubiel LLP. We have in-depth understanding of field sobriety testing procedures and will look for any weakness in the prosecutor’s case. A good attorney-client relationship is one that is based upon respect, trust, and mutual confidence. Clear, open, and frequent communication is essential if clients are to understand the charges facing them and the strategy their attorney is using in their defense.
Superior service is our goal and it starts with effective communication. We will be available to take your calls and answer the questions you have about the law and your DWI case, so that you can have peace of mind that your case is being handled in the best possible way. Furthermore, you will communicate directly with your lawyer, not an assistant who may not be able to answer your legal questions.
Whether you were arrested in Sundance Square, on Greenville Avenue, or in Deep Ellum or Uptown for driving while intoxicated, or were charged at TCU or SMU for underage drinking, or if the DFW Airport police nabbed you as you pulled away from the parking lot, our experienced Dallas DWI attorneys are on your side to fight your DWI or DUI charges or drug offenses.
We invite you to learn more about DWI / DUI defense by following our Dallas DWI Blog and to review the successful results we have obtained for our clients.
To speak with a knowledgeable, dedicated and aggressive Dallas drunk driving lawyer, please call our office at (214) 880-9988, or contact us using t he form on this web site for a prompt response.