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Colleyville DWI Lawyer & Criminal Defense Attorney

 

Colleyville DWI Lawyer and Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers can defend your rights if you have been arrested in Colleyville, TX. Call the Miers Law Firm at (817) 803-2392 now for a free consultation, if you were arrested for DWI blood Test or DWI breath test, Assault Family Violence, Marijuana, Theft, or Possession of a Controlled Substance.

 

If you have been arrested for DWI, we have 15 days from the date of arrest to request a license hearing in a breath failure or specimen refusal case. If we do not request that hearing, your license will be suspended 40 days from the date of your arrest.

 

It is my goal to get you the best possible outcome in your criminal defense matter.

There are likely to be more options available to dispose of your case if we work quickly to mount a defense.

 

If you have been arrested for assault family violence, a conviction means that you will never be able to carry a firearm. Don’t hesitate to call Tarrant County Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers.

 

If you are a concealed handgun license holder, a conviction of class B misdemeanor or higher will jeopardize your CHL.

 

Colleyville Criminal Defense Lawyer Mitch Miers has been named a Top Attorney in Fort Worth, Texas Magazine (2012, 2013, 2014) by his peers. Colleyville DWI Lawyer Mitch Miers is a member of the National College of DUI Defense, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.

 

Cases originating in Colleyville will be handled at the Tim Curry Justice Center located at 401 W. Belknap St. in Fort Worth, Texas. We will be dealing the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office as they prosecute your case. Colleyville arrestees are taken to the Keller jail as per agreement between the cities.

 

Contact Colleyville Criminal Defense Attorney Mitch Miers now for a Free Consultation.

Contact Miers Law Firm Now for a Free Consultation

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