Facing DWI Charges in San Antonio? Contact My Firm Today At (210) 226-8021
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You have 15 DAYS from the date of your arrest to request a hearing on your driver’s license or you will not be able to fight your suspension! Don’t wait to get my help!
If you or your loved one has been charged with DWI, it is imperative that you contact my San Antonio DWI defense law firm as soon as possible in order to prevent loss of certain basic rights. I promise immediate, supportive and aggressive assistance so that your record may be cleared of DWI. I am the only lawyer in the San Antonio area who exclusively defends the rights of those facing DWI charges. Do not hesitate to get in touch with The Law Offices of George A. Scharmen today. With more than 40 years of legal experience and an extensive track record of success, you can be confident in my ability to successfully defend your rights and driving privileges. I proudly offer my exceptional legal services at a competitive price.
My office is open and I encourage you to retain my representation as soon as possible. I am proud to represent individuals who have been arrested in San Antonio and its surrounding areas. As a tourist destination and a university town, I often assist parents and families in helping their loved ones who have been arrested for DWI throughout the San Antonio area. Likewise, this city has several military facilities. Like other large cities in Texas, San Antonio has a Veteran’s Treatment Court which I utilize to help resolve DWI cases outside of the courtroom.
To learn more regarding DWIs in Texas click here to visit our FAQs page.
What about my driver’s license?
The officer is going to confiscate your license. However, he cannot suspend it. If you request an administrative hearing within 15 days, your license will not be suspended for several months, if at all. Even if your license is later suspended by a judge, you can obtain an occupational license. This license allows you to drive seven days out of the week and during any 12 out of the 24 hours of those days. The schedule is mostly up to you. There are many other reasons why a guilty plea may not be the first and best option for a first or second DWI offender.
Call The Law Offices of George A. Scharmen today for an aggressive defense of your rights in San Antonio, TX!