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Austin, Texas
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We handle contested DWI and DUI cases in Austin, Texas included: Travis county, Williamson county, Hays county areas A Texas DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) arrest is a very serious offense. You need to know your rights.

If you are facing a DWI charge or DUI criminal charge in the State of Texas, you need an experienced, dedicated, and a focused Austin DWI lawyer who knows how the Texas DWI laws work. There may be good attorneys, but I believe that criminal law is too specialized to risk my clients to any distractions facing an attorney who handles multiple types of law and who is not in the trenches everyday. Our focus lies in defending those accused of DWI (driving while intoxicated) and DUI (driving under the Influence). 


Serving Travis County, Hays County
And Williamson County

DWI DUI Criminal Defense Attorney

Jail Release help 24/7 - there are a number of ways we can help you secure the release from jail of you, your friend or a loved one. My phones are answered 24/7. If you are not sure if we can help you, please call me and explain the situation. Odds are we can help you. If not, we can point you in the right direction.

Because my business is primarily DWIs, I have attorneys available all hours of the day and night to help get recently arrested people out of jail. Please call 866.469.6056 to speak with an attorney that can help you now. Because each case is different and special, I offer a free initial consultation. I offer flat rate fees and flexible payment plans that will allow you to hire me as your criminal defense attorney so that I can start immediately to protect your rights.

Whether your where arrested in Travis County, Williamson County or Hays County, the law says that the County Attorney needs only to prove that after drinking you were not able to drive your car in a “normal” capacity. That sounds pretty cut and dried, but it is not quite as simple as that.

Further, the officer that administers the “standard field sobriety tests” should have successfully completed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Standardized Field Sobriety Testing student class before administering these tests. I have successfully completed training for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Standardized Field Sobriety Testing for the State of Texas. What does that mean to you? It means that in addition to grading you on your performance of the DWI tests, I will also grade the officer to ensure that he or she conducted the tests properly according to Texas State Law. If the tests were not conducted properly, this can be disclosed to the County Attorney or the jury to show that the tests results were unreliable and should not be believed.

When you retain me as your criminal defense attorney, I’ll insist that the County Attorney provide us with the names and address of anyone he plans to call as a witness as well as copies of every written or recorded statements of their testimony. This will allow us to prepare our questions of them.

I’ll insist that the County Attorney provide us with any information or material he has which could show that you are not guilty of the charges against you, or which may help you get a lighter sentence.

I’ll insist on receiving copies of any videos that show your sobriety tests, whether in the field or at the station.

I’ll insist on receiving copies of records showing that the equipment used for tests was functioning properly and that the person giving the tests was properly certified.

As you can see, what looks simple gets pretty complex. As an experienced Austin DWI lawyer, I will insist that all this information be provided and that you and I walk through all this information as we discuss and proceed on your case.

Drunk Driving (DWI) Criminal Defense Attorney - Austin Texas

Texas attorney Ken Gibson is a dedicated DWI / DUI lawyer in Austin, Texas focusing on representing individuals accused of misdemeanor DWI, felony DWI and DWI related charges of intoxication. Over the years, he has defended against hundreds of DWI and DWI-related prosecutions throughout Texas.

When you or a family member need an attorney for a DWI / DUI  defense case, please call and schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience, because I can help you through the unfamiliar territory of the criminal justice system. Because each case is different and special, I offer a free initial consultation where you and I can sit down and discuss the charges against you and what options are available to you. To assist you financially in paying any attorney fees, I offer flat fees and payment plans that will allow you to hire me as your Austin DWI lawyer so that I can start immediately in protecting your rights.


Criminal Defense Attorney For Contested DWI / DUI cases in Austin Texas

812 San Antonio St., Suite 100
Austin, TX 78701

(512) 469-6056
Call Toll Free - (866) 469-6056

Free Consultation  Payment Plans Available  Major Credit Cards Accepted

Ken Gibson criminal defense trial attorney in Austin, Texas handling Drunk Driving (DWI) and Driving Under The Influence (DUI) in the state of Texas. Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County and Bastrop County. Austin, Georgetown, Manor, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Del Valle, Cedar Park, San Marcos, Bastrop.

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