Providing You Your Strongest Intoxication Defenses
Driving while intoxicated and other intoxication offenses are taken very seriously in Texas. The difference between a dismissal, a fair plea agreement, an acquittal at trial, and a lengthy jail or prison sentence is directly influenced by the competence and experience that your criminal defense lawyer can offer you.
Since 1993, the law office of Ryan Hill, Attorney at Law, has been effectively representing individuals in Longview and throughout East Texas in misdemeanor and felony alcohol, drug, and intoxication offense cases.
Depending on your charge, you may face jail or prison time, driver’s license suspension, professional license or occupational certification revocation, expensive fines and fees, deportation, and other adverse events. Ryan recognizes the dire consequences you face if you are convicted of an intoxication offense. He has the knowledge, skill and ability to vigorously combat the charges against you.
Providing Quality Representation To You | Intoxication Defense Attorney
Longview criminal defense lawyer, Ryan Hill, has spent nearly two decades handling life-changing criminal cases involving alcohol and drug intoxication offenses. Ryan has significant knowledge of the nuances of the Texas criminal justice system, and he knows how cases involving intoxication offenses are handled in East Texas-area courts. These cases commonly include:
- DWI and DUI
- Intoxication manslaughter
- Intoxication assault
- Boating while intoxicated
- Driving while intoxicated with a child passenger
- Disorderly conduct
- Furnishing alcohol to a minor
- Sale of alcohol to a minor
- Possession of an open container of alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle
- Public intoxication
In certain situations, Texas law permits law enforcement officers to execute mandatory blood draws without a warrant, or to obtain a warrant from a judge for a mandatory blood test. Whether or not you have been given an involuntary blood test, contact Ryan today about your arrest.
Failure to pass a blood or breath test, or a field sobriety test (FST) does not mean that you will be convicted of an intoxication offense. As an experienced and knowledgeable intoxication defense attorney, Ryan Hill knows the requirements for valid blood, breath and field sobriety tests. A thorough review and close examination of test results may result in successful suppression of such evidence. Ryan, a member of the National College for DUI Defense, will vigorously defend you and seek the best resolution of your case.
The longer you wait to hire a competent criminal defense lawyer, the more your chances of dismissing or minimizing your charges will diminish. We will be there from the first time you consult with our office until final resolution of your matter.
How Ryan Hill Will Assist You
If you have been arrested for an intoxication offense or similar offense, Ryan Hill, Attorney at Law, in Longview, Texas, can help you. When you personally consult with Ryan, he will discuss the details of your case with you, including:
- Conditions of your bond
- Prior intoxication convictions, out-of-state intoxication convictions, prescription drug or medication issues
- Need for outpatient counseling or inpatient rehabilitation
- Evidence such as law enforcement videos and reports, breath test, blood test or field sobriety test results, and potential witness testimony
- Violations of your constitutional rights
Ryan Hill is committed to aggressively exploring all potential resolutions of your case. It is his chief goal to eliminate the possibility of a conviction. However, Ryan recognizes that all cases have unique challenges. Whether he is able to obtain a dismissal of charges, minimized charges, a fair plea agreement or an acquittal at trial, Ryan will fight to achieve the most favorable result in your case.
Contact Ryan Hill, Attorney At Law, Today
Contact the law office of Ryan Hill, Attorney at Law, at 903-371-0095, or email us, to discuss your legal options if you have been arrested, or are facing misdemeanor or felony criminal charges, in East Texas. Initial consultation is free. The law office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (evening and weekends by appointment). Ryan Hill serves clients in Longview and throughout East Texas. Damos la bienvenida a clientes que hablan Español.