Do Police Have The Right To Search Your Car

Police officers do not have an automatic right to search your car whenever they want. You do not have to agree to an officer’s request to search your car. If asked, you should tell the officer he does not have your permission to search your car. Most people don’t realize they have the right to […]

Can You Be Searched and Arrested for a Traffic Infraction?

As Americans, we consider the Constitution of the United States to be one of the most precious documents as it was created to protect our rights and freedoms. Included in the Constitution is the Fourth Amendment, the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. This Amendment comes into play when someone is pulled […]

When is a DWI a Felony?

Andrew J. Williams is a state certified trial lawyer with over 15 years of experience defending the rights of people accused of DWI. The penalties for felony DWI convictions are still and prosecutors and police will often refrain from appearing soft on crimes like these. It is strongly recommended that individuals facing felony DWI convictions seek the experienced and qualified legal counsel of a Texas DWI attorney such as Andrew J. Williams. Contact our law firm for a consultation about your case.

Do You Need an Attorney for a Restraining Order?

If you are suffering abuse at the hands of a family member, spouse, or former partner, contact The Law Office of Andrew J. Williams for a consultation about your cause. Our attorneys can act as the legal aid you need to help get the legal injunction you may need to give you and your family time to heal and put your life back in order. Our offices serve Harris County, Montgomery County, Liberty County, and San Jacinto County.

Could You Be The Victim of a Mandatory Minimum?

Mandatory minimum sentences are guidelines courts must follow when handing down punishment in criminal cases. In Texas, courts must sentence criminal offenders to legally mandated sentences convicted of felony charges. The minimum amount of jail time depends on the severity of the crime and felony classification.