A DUI Does Not Have To Ruin Your Future
If you currently face DUI or DWI charges, you probably feel terrified. Even if this is your first criminal charge, the mere allegation could harm your future job prospects, higher-education options and housing options.
It is crucial to address your DUI or DWI with the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney. At The Morales Firm, P.C., we have over 70 years of combined experience fighting criminal charges for clients in San Antonio and throughout Texas. The criminal justice system does not always treat defendants fairly, but we can help protect your rights and keep your future bright.
Don’t Give In: We Can Fight Your DUI
Many people feel tempted to simply accept the case against them and hope for the best. Do not give up, even if the evidence against you seems insurmountable. Our attorneys knows how to challenge the details of your DUI case. We may use defense strategies, such as:
- Questioning the accuracy of the sobriety exams
- Finding discrepancies in the police report
- Questioning whether the officer followed correct procedures
- Determining whether your civil liberties were violated
Because we have a former prosecutor on our team, we know how the opposing side works. This helps us build a comprehensive, persuasive defense strategy.
We Won’t Settle: We’ll Go To Court
Our attorneys will not simply accept the first offer that the district attorney’s office makes. We will negotiate aggressively for the best results available to you. If we feel that the deal offered is not in your best interests, we will not hesitate to go to trial. We have a reputation of being skilled courtroom attorneys; that pushes many prosecutors to offer better deals rather than go to court. This can give us the upper hand in your pretrial negotiations.
Protect Your Future: Get A Free Consultation
We provide free, confidential, nonjudgmental consultations for our clients. Talk to our attorney about your case and learn the steps you can take to protect your rights. Call our office at 210-761-5356. You can also send the law firm an email to schedule a meeting.