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Collin County DWI Lawyers

The Frisco, Texas DWI defense firm of Biederman & Burleson, P.L.L.C., is comprised of former Collin County prosecutors who have dedicated their criminal defense practice to defending citizens accused of DWI, DUI, and other intoxication offenses in Collin County, Dallas County and Denton County, Texas. Their hard earned reputation as tough, dedicated trial lawyers has earned the firm recognition by Texas Monthly Magazine as Texas Super Lawyers. This award is given to less than 2% of the attorneys practicing in the Texas and places Biederman & Burleson in the top tier of Texas DWI trial firms.

Partners Hunter Biederman and Troy Burleson are members of the National College for DUI Defense and certified in Field Sobriety Testing. Known by judges, prosecutors and other criminal defense attorneys as skilled trial attorneys, Attorneys Biederman and Burleson have successfully tried over 400 cases to verdict in their legal careers. With over 400 trials, and thousands of successful plea bargain negotiation in DWI/DUI cases, the Plano, Texas drunk driving defense lawyers at Biederman & Burleson have the experience necessary to protect your legal rights, defend your driving privileges and reinstate your good name if you are charged with a drunk driving offense in Plano and the surrounding cities of McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Richardson, Dallas, Denton, Wylie, Addison, Prosper, Celina and The Colony, Texas. The Law Offices of Biederman & Burleson, P.L.L.C., may be able to help you or your loved one in the following areas:

  • License Suspension & Revocation Hearings
  • Occupational Driver's License
  • Blood Alcohol Levels
  • DWI Penalties/Punishment
  • Underage DWI/DUI
  • Driver’s Rights Card

" We have dedicated our criminal defense practice to providing quality, cost-effective legal representation to people like you who are accused of a drunk driving offense. We look forward to meeting with you and helping guide you through this trying time in your life."
- Collin County, Texas DWI/DUI defense lawyer Troy Burleson

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Driving While Intoxicated FAQ's
  1. What is the Legal Limit in Texas?
  2. How can I save my driving privileges?
  3. Will a DWI arrest affect job opportunities?
  4. What are the biggest mistakes people make after being arrested for DWI?
  5. What happens after a DWI arrest?
  6. Will I go back to jail?
  7. What mistakes do officers frequently make during DWI arrests?
  8. I was not Intoxicated and want to fight, what are the risk of having a trial?
  9. I believe I was intoxicated and want to plead guilty, do I still need an attorney?
  10. How can The Law Offices of Biederman & Burleson help with my DWI?

The Legal Limit. The legal limit for intoxication in Texas is a .08 blood alcohol concentration (BAC). However, drivers can be stopped and cited for impaired driving due to alcohol or other drugs regardless of BAC. Texas also has a zero tolerance law; meaning it is illegal for anyone under 21 to drive with any detectable amount of alcohol.

Texas DWI Laws

How much is too much? Impairment begins with the first drink. Gender, body weight, the number of drinks consumed and the amount of food in one's stomach affect the body's ability to handle alcohol. Women, younger people and smaller people, whether male or female, often have lower tolerances.

BAC Calculator - Calculate Your BAC

What happens if you're stopped for DWI/DUI? If a law enforcement officer stops you and suspects you of drunk driving, you have a RIGHT TO:

  • Remain Silent;
  • Refuse ALL Field Sobriety Tests;
  • Refuse a Breath or Blood Test;
  • Request a Hearing to Contest Your License Suspension.
DWI Rights

Texas DWI Laws-"Intoxicated" under Texas Law Under Texas law, a person may be found guilty of DWI in Texas if the state prosecutors prove the person was operating a motor vehicle on a public street of place while:

  • The person accused did NOT have the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol, a controlled substance, a drug, a dangerous drug, a combination of two or more of those substances, or any other substance into the body; OR
  • The person accused had an alcohol concentration of .08 or more at the time of driving.

Act Now to Protect Your Freedom, Driving Privileges and Legal Rights

Contact Collin County DWI Defense Lawyers Biederman & Burleson Today:

If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a DWI or DUI within Collin County, Texas and the surrounding cities of McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Richardson, Dallas, Denton, Wylie, Addison, Prosper, Celina and The Colony, Texas and you need the help of an experienced drunk driving defense lawyer, call the Law Offices of Biederman & Burleson today at (866) 439-2182 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced Plano, Texas DWI defense trial attorney.

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Frequently Asked Questions
  • What is the Legal Limit in Texas? For you to be guilty of DWI under Texas Law, the State must prove that you were "Intoxicated" at the time you were operating a motor vehicle… Read More
  • How can I save my driving privileges? A driver who either fails or refuses to take a breath or blood test after being arrested for DWI will have his or her driver's license suspended unless… Read More
  • Will a DWI arrest affect job opportunities? When you have been investigated or arrested for Driving While Intoxicated or any other Intoxication Offense you have an absolute right to be concerned… Read More
  • What are the biggest mistakes people make after being arrested for DWI? Not taking the matter seriously. This is a charge that will follow you for the rest of your life if you are convicted. The additional insurance charges… Read More
  • What happens after a DWI arrest? To preserve your right to drive in Texas, you must request a hearing within 15 days of when you were served with a Notice of Suspension… Read More
  • Will I go back to jail? Under Texas Law, if you are found guilty or plead guilty to a DWI, then the State could put you in jail for up to 180 days (for a first offense) to… Read More
  • What mistakes do officers frequently make during DWI arrests? Stopping a vehicle on the basis of an anonymous call. An officer can not rely on a phone call to stop you if he does not have a name and… Read More
  • I was not Intoxicated and want to fight, what are the risk of having a trial? There is no better reason to have a trial and fight your DWI charge than believing you are NOT Guilty. Frankly, the reason most people… Read More
  • I believe I was intoxicated and want to plead guilty, do I still need an attorney? YES! Let’s face it, sometimes people are guilty and did exactly what the police accused them of doing. We have many clients come… Read More
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