Houston DWI Lawyer Tad A. Nelson is one of the foremost experts when it comes to defending Texans who have been accused of criminal offenses related to driving while intoxicated. When you visit his website you’ll notice links to information for every aspect of litigation related to DUI cases, some of which, we’ve listed below.
- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Offense DWI Cases
- DWI cases involving injury and manslaughter
- Multiple Cases of Driving While Intoxicated
- The Law of DWI with a look at the science involved in proving someone guilty.
- Felony and Misdemeanor Cases
- Drivers’ Rights
- And More!
Talk With Tad Nelson
If you want more information regarding the law as it relates to alcohol offenses, or a thorough explanation or interpretation of any of the information on his website, I strongly recommend making contact with him as soon as possible. Tad Nelson is a smart, high energy and highly motivated lawyer. He takes pride in winning for his clients in the court of law and is always doing the things necessary to further his education and becoming a better DWI lawyer. Trust me, for a man with a law practice in Houston, he seems to be in and out of the city at every turn. Every time I call him for my fees he’s either leaving Houston, or just getting back in town. A busy professional to say the least.
A Smart Houston DWI Lawyer
Admitted to the Texas Bar since 1991, Tad Nelson is admitted into the Supreme Court of Texas, the United States Supreme Court, and the U.S. District Court in Southern District which is located in Texas. He’s very active in the southern legal community as demonstrated by his membership in the American Trial Lawyers Associations, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Harris County Lawyers Associations, and a number of others.
See the Houston DWI Attorney’s profile on his website to learn more about his associations and affiliations.
When planning a night of fun and good times, Tad Nelson tells us to be sure to have some type of plan to get home in the event that you know you will be drinking or ingesting alcoholic beverages. According to Tad, most criminal charges of driving while intoxicated are preventing by planning ahead when you know you will be put in a situation which may require you to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants.
Why the young lady in the featured video isn’t in jail is a testament to good lawyering. Unless she was from a “good” family and was never brought up on criminal charges in the first place.
Another thing you can do to stay out of trouble for driving while intoxicated is to walk to and from your destination. Although it may not make sense in most cases, if you live within walking distance of the place where you’ll be ingesting liquor then why not just take the stroll. Or, if you have to drive, decline to drink any liquor or other alcoholic beverages and you can be sure that you won’t be driving while under the influence which will set you up for a criminal charge if you run into law enforcement.
Finding a Houston DWI Lawyer
There are a number of resources you can use if you are looking for a Houston DWI lawyer to represent you in court for criminal charges. Depending on the circumstances of the offense, you’ll want to take your time and be sure to hire the right lawyer the first time. Some average attorneys are good for 1st time DWI cases, but if someone was killed as a result of your actions you may need to consult with a “criminal law” Board Certified attorney to make sure you have one of the best in the business representing you. At the end of the day, there’s nothing like being represented by the best or having an elite professional in your corner when you are facing the possibility of losing your freedom to incarceration in a musty jail cell.
Your Rights as a Driver
Although the law can come down on you like a ton of bricks on the emergency lane of a Houston freeway, you do have a number of rights as a driver that you need to be aware of.
When you get stopped by law enforcement you have the right to:
- Not answer questions about your destination or origination point.
- You don’t have to answer questions about whether or not you’ve been drinking.
- You don’t have to disclose any medical information about yourself.
- You may decline to answer any questions about any medications you may be on.
- You don’t have to answer questions about whether or not there are drugs or alcohol in your vehicle.
- Refuse to grant CONSENT to search your vehicle.
- You can also refused to partake in any field sobriety tests.
- You even have the right to refuse to take a portable breath test.
- Refusal of the emptying of your pockets is another.
- A person may also decline to unlock any sealed or locked compartment of their vehicle.
When You Need a Houston DWI Lawyer
To learn more about your rights talk with Galveston DWI Lawyer Tad Nelson, or Amber Spurlock of The Nelson Firm, also referred to as the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates. By doing so you can be assured that you’ll be getting legal advice from some of the foremost experts when it comes to fighting criminal allegations involving alcohol with the added comfort of knowing the legal team is led by ACS Scientist-Attorney Houston DWI Lawyer Tad A. Nelson.