Plead Not Guilty
Why you shouldn't plead guilty to a DWI charge
Just because you failed a breath or blood test does not mean you are guilty. In the United States, you are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty, and you have the right to have your day in court.
For decades, drunk driving laws have been getting tougher and tougher. In virtually every state, legislators pass new laws each year or increase punishment for existing laws. Why? One of the big reasons is money.
If you plead guilty to drunk driving, you will have to dig deep into your pocket to cover surcharges, fines and other related expenses. DWI convictions generate a lot of cash for government agencies: the State of Texas makes money, the counties make money, police departments make money through grants. The bigger budgets lead to more law enforcement.
So, the government has a financial motive to keep arresting people and charging them with DWI. Unfortunately, some people arrested on suspicion of DWI will plead guilty without knowing the long-term consequences of a DWI conviction. In fact, some lawyers even take cases and persuade their clients to plead guilty.
Attorney Joseph LaBella knows that if you are arrested for DWI you should fight it. Hire Joe LaBella if you care about getting results.
The way to get results is to plead NOT GUILTY!
Contact an attorney who can fight for you
Attorney Joe LaBella knows how to make the judges respect your rights! Contact Joseph LaBella & Associates to find out why you should hire a lawyer. Call 1-800-395-5951. Find out how an experienced DWI defense lawyer in Houston Area can fight for you.