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Arrested? Protect Your Freedom and Your Future!

Experienced DWI Lawyer At Your Service

As a former Williamson County Prosecutor and a defense attorney for the last 15 years, Matt Shanks has handled hundreds of DWI cases for his clients. He has the experience and skills to effectively represent you in your DWI case. He has even completed the same DWI training course that your arresting officer was required to complete. He has both the practical knowledge and the courtroom experience to fight for you.

Attorney Matt Shanks will guide you through the DWI defense process and protect your driving privileges. Call 512-795-4165 or contact Mr. Shanks online to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your DWI case.

Protecting Your Driver’s License

Most Texans drive at least once every day. You probably take your car to work or to school. And you always have to drive to other places throughout the day. Drunk driving charges automatically jeopardize this lifestyle. Even if you are not convicted of the crime, your driver’s license may still be suspended or revoked.

The clock to keep your driver’s license starts as soon as you are arrested for DWI in Texas. There is a limited time period during which you can request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing to protect your driving privileges. Also, if your license is suspended Mr. Shanks can help you to obtain an occupational license, which will enable you to drive to work even while your license is under suspension.

It is important to act quickly to protect your driving privileges. Even if the criminal DWI charges are dismissed, your license could still be in jeopardy.

What Is The Difference Between DUI And DWI?

In Texas, adults are charged with DWI. Juveniles may be charged with either DUI or DWI. The consequences are serious when anyone is accused of drunk driving. Attorney Matthew Shanks represents adults and minors in drunk driving defense.

Schedule A Free Consultation

Call 512-795-4165 or contact Mr. Shanks online to schedule a free initial consultation. He will work with you, making sure that you understand the defense process. You can count on lawyer Shanks to protect your rights and your driver’s license in Central Texas.