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What is the “right to remain silent”?

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As a San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer and, more specifically, a San Antonio DWI Lawyer, I am often asked what is “the right to remain silent.”

The “right to remain silent” is a Constitutional Right in the 5th Amendment of the United States Constitution that allows a person to remain silent and not incriminate themselves when being questioned by officers while in custody.

Proven Defense by a Former Law Enforcement Officer

Many people who are charged with an San Antonio DWI just assume there is no way to fight it. They think the best they can hope for is a smaller fine or a reduction in the amount of time they lose their license. We focus on defending anyone accused of a DWI. With the right legal counsel, there are other outcomes. Depending on the facts of the case, what if

  • Instead of months of suspension, you don’t lose your license at all?
  • Instead of making a deal for probation, you never get convicted?
  • Instead of having a DWI conviction, your record stays clean?
  • Instead of cutting bad deals, you get a vigorous DWI defense?

While every case depends on the facts and circumstances at play, mounting an aggressive defense to DWI charges may be your best option. The San Antonio Criminal Defense attorneys at Stephen T Bowling, San Antonio DWI Attorneys, handle all drunk driving cases, defending clients in both the criminal proceedings and the driver’s license hearing.

Don’t trust just anyone with your San Antonio DWI defense. Contact the law firm of Stephen T Bowling, San Antonio DWI Attorneys, at 210-404-4444 to schedule your free consultation with a San Antonio DWI lawyer to discover some strategies we pursue in defending San Antonio DWI cases.

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