With over 14 years of experience in family law, criminal defense, and civil litigation, John H. Weigel handles his clients' cases with aggressive representation and personal care. John specializes in DWI defense, Criminal Defense, and Family Law and is one of the Clear Lake areas top attorneys.
He has successfully defended thousands of cases. Whether you've been arrested and your facing jail time or facing divorce and don't know where to start then call John today and let us assist you.
Harris County, Galveston County, and Fort Bend County including:
Bacliff, Baytown, Clear Lake City, Clear Lake Shores, Deer Park, Dickinson, Friendswood, Galveston, Houston, Kemah, La Marque, LaPorte, League City, NASA, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pearland, San Leon, Santa Fe, Seabrook, South Houston, Sugarland, Texas City and Webster.
DWI and DUI have become a very complex area of law and the penalties have become increasingly harsh in the Houston and Galveston area. An experienced DWI attorney can help you navigate the many complicated procedural, evidentiary, constitutional, sentencing, and administrative license issues.
Our firm helps people who find they are facing divorce, separation, or other family law issues. We know that people in need of help can be overwhelmed by the legal, financial, emotional and spiritual implications. We commit to being part of the solution and not part of the problem. As part of the solution, we provide advice on a variety of family law topics and assist individuals to explore and evaluate all options available for resolving their conflict.
A traffic ticket is the most common way most people get into legal trouble. When you get a ticket, you need to know you have the right to fight your traffic ticket. With the point system and surcharge that Texas has implemented, it is more important then ever to keep a clean driving record.
Have you been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated or DWI? The legal threshold for intoxication occurs when a motorist has a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher. Being convicted of a DWI is a serious criminal offense.
Minor in Possession or MIP is a serious criminal offense and unlike adults convicted of DWI you do not have to be driving or have a blood alcohol contect higher that .08% inorder to be found guilty of MIP. Minors in Houston can be convicted of MIP if they have alcohol in their possession, attempt to buy alcohol, or drank alcohol at all.
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