Houston DWI Lawyers at Corso Law Group Expect Increased DWI Arrests During Football Season

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Houstonians can expect more DWI patrols and arrests during football season, according to the experienced DWI lawyers in Houston at Corso Law Group.

Houstonians can expect more DWI patrols and arrests during football season, according to the experienced DWI lawyers in Houston at Corso Law Group.

Everybody loves football, especially in Texas. But on game days, law enforcement will be out in full force, looking for DWI offenders.

Houstonians can expect more DWI patrols and arrests during football season, according to the experienced DWI lawyers in Houston at Corso Law Group.

Alcohol-related accidents may also increase with more people drinking alcohol in Texas on game days, according to a University of Texas study. More than 10,676 alcohol-related accidents happened during football season last year, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT).

The Texas Department of Transportation started a “Football: Plan While You Can” initiative. The program increased DWI patrols in parts of the state. Their focus was on reducing DWI accidents on game days.

“Everybody loves football, especially in Texas,” said Christopher Corso, founder of Corso Law Group. “But on game days, law enforcement will be out in full force, looking for DWI offenders.”

A Texas DWI results in life-changing consequences. These include expensive fines, license suspension and jail time. Career and educational opportunities are also in danger.

In a state with harsh DWI laws, drivers need to understand their rights. They need to know what happens next after getting pulled over.

“Knowing how to deal with a scary legal situation is crucial,” Corso said.

Corso Law Group is an experienced team of legal professionals who have handled thousands of DUIs in Arizona over a combined 30 years of practicing law. Founder Christopher Corso is a former Maricopa County (Ariz.) prosecutor whose legal team can help with drunk driving cases as well as other criminal defense cases, including criminal speeding, CDL tickets, photo radar tickets, felony charges, drug possession, weapons possession, violent crimes and more.

Christopher Corso is solely licensed to practice law in the state of Arizona. All Texas cases will be handled by a licensed attorney in Texas.

Corso Law Group is located at 5177 Richmond Avenue, Suite 1250, in Houston. To schedule a free consultation, please visit http://yourhoustondwilawyer.com or call (731) 231-0499.

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