“¡Es cierto lo que dice su cartelera que definitivamente es El Abogado que Trabaja!”
As is the case with most states, in Texas you’re legally intoxicated when your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) reaches 0.08% or higher, but you’re really breaking drunk driving laws the instant that the alcohol or drugs in your system interfere with your ability to drive. Driving with an open container of alcohol in your vehicle is also illegal, even if you’re not drunk, and driving drunk with children under the age of 15 in your car will result in you being charged with child endangerment.
The penalties for drunk driving in Texas are categorized based on the number of offenses and include:
Texas also honors a “zero tolerance” law that makes it illegal for underage drivers to drive with any amount of alcohol in their system. Our lawyer is a Texas local who is knowledgeable about our state’s various laws and can use them to your case’s advantage.
At Chris Morrow Law, we work for you and we won’t stop until you get the compensation you deserve.