● Required DWI-based continuing education classes (which can be upwards of an additional $250)
● A “Civil Surcharge” (which can total up to $6000 in a 3 year span, or up to $2000 annually)
● Monitoring Device (installation and maintenance can cost up to $200)
● Continued testing and counseling (upwards of $400/month)
If you have been arrested for a DWI in Tarrant County, you are likely very concerned about the impact it will have on your freedom, your finances, your job, your future and even your relationships with those around you. You may not realize until it is too late the impact on things like your car insurance or how your new community service hours may affect your life. As an experienced Tarrant County DWI attorney, I can help you lessen this stress by giving you strong, reliable legal counsel that you can trust and advice that will take some of the sting out of the criminal process.
Call as soon as possible so that you can begin working with a Tarrant County DWI Lawyer on your case.