When you send your children off to college, you constantly worry that they will make a mistake that can drastically alter their life. While you hope for the best, you never know what the future could bring.
On your way home from Friday Happy Hour with your coworkers last week, the police stopped you. You failed the breathalyzer test and now you are facing a possible DWI conviction. In addition to expensive court fees and fines, participating in a substance abuse program, and a rather long probation period, they may require you to have an ignition interlock device (IID) installed in your car.
It's never a good idea to decide to drive after you've been drinking. Between public transportation, taxis and the ubiquity of app-based driving services like Lyft, you always have another way to get home.
Every year, Texas police crack down on DWI enforcement over the holidays, with the grand finale happening on New Year's Eve. If you were one of the unlucky drivers to be charged this year, then you are probably wondering what you should do next.
For many people, Thanksgiving and adult beverages go hand in hand. However, if you are planning to drink over the holiday weekend, then you should also plan a sober ride -- or just enjoy leftovers at home -- as the Texas Department of Public Safety has promised to be out in full force looking for impaired drivers.
We know summer has come to an end because Labor Day weekend is upon us. Whether you plan to spend the long weekend hanging out with friends, traveling or barbecuing in your own backyard, it's important to avoid driving if you have been drinking.
Few people watch the Super Bowl without a beer in hand, and law enforcement officials know this. That is why Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest nights of the year for DWI arrest in Texas.
If you are like many Fort Bend County residents who plan on ringing in the New Year with champagne and other celebratory adult beverages, then you will want to make sure to have a plan in place to avoid getting a DWI on your way home.
The Fourth of July is a big holiday for celebrating -- and Texas police know that. That's why law enforcement agencies throughout the state join forces every year in effort to take down as many suspected drunk drivers as possible.