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Administrative License Revocation (ALR), which determines whether or not you can drive once your temporary driver’s license expires; and The actual criminal charge. Unlike other DWI defense attorneys, she immerses herself in your case to provide you with the strongest defense possible. Starting from the moment you engage her, Attorney Jeetva investigates the charges brought against you. She begins with the legality of the stop – did the officer have a legitimate reason to stop you? Is there something that could get your case dismissed just from the stop? Next, she reviews the video of your field sobriety test and breath test results. She can identify when something isn't right – something that can lead to a reduction of charges or even a dismissal. At your hearings, Attorney Jeetva advocates for you, presenting evidence in the most favorable light. Distinguishing herself from the multitude of DWI defense attorneys, Parul Jeetva personally manages your case – instead of delegating you to a less-experienced associate. When you’re represented by Parul Jeetva, you’re represented by an experienced, knowledgeable attorney who works diligently to get your charges reduced or dismissed. Contact her at (281) 743-0027.


The DWI court process can be perplexing. Here’s what happens: The court process is triggered once you’re arrested. After you’ve been stopped, the police will administer field sobriety and breathalyzer tests. Bear in mind that you are completely within your rights to remain silent without an attorney present. Most likely, you’ll be taken into custody (the “drunk tank”) and be allowed to post bail. Your first court appearance will be your arraignment, and you’ll want to have a Houston DWI lawyer with you. The court will inform you of the charges being levied against you, apprise you of your rights, and let you plea guilty or not guilty. If you don’t plead guilty, the government will initiate building a case against you during what’s known as the discovery process. They’ll scrutinize your field sobriety, breathalyzer, and blood test results, review police reports, and interview the arresting officers. Your Houston DWI lawyer will also request all of these documents, alongside documents that may aid your case, like medical records, to construct your defense. You’ll have several court dates as well, and while it can be intimidating, having more court dates can actually be advantageous. Depending on the findings during the discovery, you will either plea bargain out your case, implying you’ll accept a penalty in exchange for a lesser charge, or you’ll proceed to trial before a jury. After examining and hearing evidence from both sides, the jury will return a guilty or not guilty verdict, with the judge to determine the penalty. Navigating the court process without assistance is challenging, and a misstep can cost you thousands of dollars, your driving license, and your freedom. Contact a Houston DWI lawyer immediately to explore your options and begin building your defense. You’ll want a lawyer with a proven record of obtaining not guilty verdicts and getting charges dismissed and reduced for their clients, as well as experience. Attorney Parul Jeetva has years of experience dealing with courts, police officers, and DWI defense. If you’ve been arrested for a DWI, call (281) 743-0027 today. Don’t delay in building your defense.