Jay F. Moritz
Arrested for DWI (Driving While
Arrested for DUI (Driving Under
What are my rights? What can I
The first thing you should do is contact my office and set up
an appointment. DWI in Texas is a serious offense. Just being arrested for DWI can result in jail time and the suspension of your driver's license. A final conviction for DWI can result in additional jail time, stiff fines, driver's license revocation, probation and increased insurance costs. In some DWI cases, a conviction for DWI could cause a person to lose his or her job, or prevent them from getting a particular position.
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It is imperative that you contact my law office immediately. You have only 15 days from the date of your arrest to request a hearing with the Department of Public Safety. If you do not request this hearing, your driver's license will automatically be suspended on the 40th day after your arrest for DWI.
It is important that you select an experienced DWI attorney. DWI cases are very complex, technical, and require a certain expertise to defend and attack the DWI charge. An experienced DWI attorney will fight for you and keep you from going to jail or paying large fines.
Police officers are human and make mistakes. Police officers
often arrest people without justification or probable cause. It is my job as an attorney to successfully challenge the arrest procedures used by the police officer(s). It is the attorney's job to challenge any breath tests or blood tests given after an arrest. It is
also my job as an attorney to protect your rights.
I Jay F. Moritz have personally worked as a Fulton County Assistant District Attorney while attending law school and have experience as an associate with prominent DUI defense firms in Atlanta,
Georgia. I have represented clients in DWI cases in both state and federal courts.
Arrested DWIs will receive free rides!