Texas Open Container Laws
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Trey Porter Named Best DUI Lawyer in San Antonio
The consequences for DUI are serious. Trey Porter has successfully represented hundreds of individuals facing intoxication...> Learn More
Trey Porter Named Top DWI Lawyer By San Antonio Scene Magazine
Trey Porter was recently named a Top DWI Attorney of 2019 by San Antonio Scene Magazine. This is the fifth year in a...> Learn More
What happens if I plead guilty to a DWI charge?
Pleading guilty should be a decision of last resort. Pleading guilty to a DWI, even a first offense, results in a life-lon...> Learn More
Can you go to jail for a DWI?
If you have landed on this page, you or someone you know likely was recently arrested and accused of DWI. You may feel los...> Learn More
Will a DWI prevent me from getting a job?
A DWI conviction can absolutely wreak havoc on a person’s professional career. School admissions offices, the military,...> Learn More
DWI Third Offense in Texas: What you need to know
Individuals charged with a DWI Third or more in Texas are facing time in prison. Every situation is different, and a num...> Learn More
Is it worth fighting a DWI charge?
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Can a DWI be expunged in Texas?
No. A DWI conviction cannot be expunged in Texas. However, a law passed in 2017 allows a DWI to be sealed. What is the Di...> Learn More
DWI Second Offense in Texas: What you need to know
A person is required to go to jail if convicted for DWI 2nd. DWI 2nd is a Class A misdemeanor that carries up to one yea...> Learn More
Glowing Client Reviews
Trey is the man! I hired him because I had overheard a county court judge mentioning how awesome of an attorney he is, so if an endorsement from a judge won’t convince you then I’m not sure what will. I sure do hope I never find myself in a pickle ever again but if I do, I would hire Trey in a heartbeat. He’s honest, transparent, doesn’t beat around the bush, and will work tirelessly so that your clean record stays clean and unblemished. 5 stars, highly recommend!
I recently hired Trey Porter Law to help our teenage daughter with a drug charge. In the state of Texas she was being charged as an adult which carried a much stiffer penalty. Trey is very responsive, helpful, knowledgeable and is always available to answer any questions or concerns via phone, text or email. He was able to negotiate on her behalf so it was a pleasant experience. I would highly recommend Trey Porter Law.
Trey really helped me out. He was straight forward and professional, and really helped me in my case. I thought i was going to lose my job, but trey did everything in his power to help me keep my way of life, and still keeps up with me any details on my case.
I really appreciated all he did for me.
Trey is a phenomenal attorney that gets the job done right! He is dedicated to help his clients.
He made himself available and answered all my concerns immediately! I had faith in him and he continued to prove his expertise by helping me. I highly recommend Trey Porter!!
Trey Porter fought for me! I am a nurse and thought my career was over.
Very thankful I got Trey Porter involved. He responds to messages regularly and was very thorough.
He saved my career. Forever grateful!
Mr Porter is the real deal. You get what you pay for these days. I know that from my personal business dealings. Attorney Trey Porter was no different.
He was prompt, professional and poised. I was charged with DWI, and Mr Porter got the charge dismissed. I could not be more pleased or thankful. If you get a DWI, hire the best — hire Trey Porter.
San Antonio DUI Lawyer
DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED .15
Driving facts involved failing to maintain a single lane and speeding. Client refused breath test and forced law enforcement to obtain search warrant for blood. Blood test result was not used after challenge from Defense, and State waived and abandoned charge.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Client was a college student, worried about the collateral consequences of an alcohol offense. After negotiation and review of the traffic stop, the case was dismissed. Client received no criminal conviction. The charge was later expunged and deleted from client’s record.
DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED .15+
Client was involved in minor accident. Client was at fault in accident. A young executive, client was concerned that a criminal conviction for DWI would result in termination. After review of the traffic stop, it was clear the officer lacked probable cause for arrest. State eventually dismissed DWI charge. Client received no criminal conviction.
Client, a military veteran, was facing up to one year in jail. State could not prove intoxication by alcohol, and was prepared to proceed on loss of use by marijuana. After challenging the State to prove that marijuana was ingested at or near time of driving, and that marijuana impaired client’s driving, the State dismissed the case on the day of trial.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Driving facts involved a false claim by police that taillight was out. After challenging the reasonable suspicion for the traffic stop, the State was forced to dismiss the case when video did not match police report. Client has since expunged arrest, and has no criminal record.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Client is a public school teacher and faced immediate termination upon conviction. The facts of the case were bad. State was unwilling to budge in negotiation, and matter was set for trial – the last shot at avoiding a conviction and preserving client’s livelihood. State was forced to dismiss on day of trial. Client has no criminal record, and has since expunged the DWI arrest.
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