What's happening in Harris County Texas
Have you ever been pulled over and asked to perform sobriety tests? Thinking that you’ve aced them, did you eventually find yourself in handcuffs anyway?
If you currently have a DWI conviction, you are in for a pleasant surprise. A bill passed on September 1, 2017 allows you to seal that conviction and make it disappear from public and private institution background checks.
If you were arrested for DWI and refused or failed the breath test (if you blew a .08, you failed the breath test), your Driver’s License will automatically be suspended. What most people won’t tell you is that you have only 15 days to do something about this.
A new bill will go into effect on September, 1, 2017, allowing Texas local law enforcement agencies to ask about immigration status and enforce immigration laws.
On March 1, 2017 the Harris County District Attorney’s office announced that some marijuana cases for amounts under 4 oz will not be prosecuted. Rather, you will have 90 days to take a 4 hour class in order to avoid charges.
If you have been arrested for DWI, you need an attorney who has the experience to get the best results for you. Andreea Ionescu has the knowledge and expertise to fight your case.
I am happy with the result I got
I am very happy with the result I got. She told me in the beginning that she can’t promise me a result, but that she can guarantee that she will do the best she can. And she did. She knows all the prosecutors and that helped to get me a good result.
Posted by John MacDOnald
This is not the first time I had to hire an attorney. The first time, I hired an attorney who never answered the phone, never returned calls. I never knew what was happening with my case. Ms. Ionescu is very accessible and always answered my questions. That put me at ease and made this process a lot easier. I recommend her to anybody who needs a good DWI attorney.
Posted by David Henderson
She is the best DWI attorney in Houston
She is the best DWI attorney in Houston. She is a former prosecutor and she knows a lot about DWI cases. She explained to me how things will happen in court, and that is exactly how it happens. She always got to court on time.
Posted by Joe Randall