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DUI/DWI

by SBC on 02/05/21

Getting arrested and charged with driving under the influence, or DUI, can be scary, especially if this is your DUI first offense. You already know that the penalties for DUI are harsh, as the advertising campaigns put on billboards, radio, and TV have told people for years about how DUI is a serious offense. In fact, you may have even seen such slogans as “DUI – You can’t afford it.” Fortunately, if you are a first time offender, there are some options that you may be able to take that will help you lessen the penalties you are facing in your DUI case. Knowing what these options are is the first step to getting your life back on track after a DUI arrest. CLICK HERE to continue reading. 

Roughly 1 in 5 DWI cases in Houston involve PCP in driver’s system, new study reveals

by SBC on 01/29/21

Houston is the largest metro area in the country that has a serious and deadly problem with impaired drivers. But these drivers aren’t just drinking alcohol before getting behind the wheel, according to a new paper published in the Journal of Analytical Toxicology.

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Community Service 2021

by SBC on 01/21/21

Community service has been used in most states in the U.S. since the early part of the 20th century. In the case of a DUI, performing a certain number of hours of community service may sometimes substitute for jail time, depending on the court's decision. Click here for information about signing up for community service

Victim Impact Panel - Contact-free

by SBC on 01/13/21

An online victim impact panel is the best solution in these uncertain times. Please contact us if you have any questions. 

New Years Eve by the numbers

by SBC on 12/30/20

New Year’s Eve is always a dangerous combination of hazards: traditional celebrations with alcohol, and late night driving. It’s no wonder that the wee hours of January 1st are some of the deadliest times of the year to be on the road. Here are some numbers to remind you to stay safe if you will be driving on New Year’s Eve: CLICK HERE to continue reading.