Texas considers driving while intoxicated (DWI) to be an individual operating a motor vehicle while their blood alcohol level is .08 or higher. It also includes being impaired by drugs.
The first DWI offense is a misdemeanor charge. The accused can face anywhere from three to 80 days in jail and pay a fine up to $2,000. But if you add certain conditions to a DWI, the consequences change significantly.
Yes, you can post bail for a DWI as long as it is ordered by the judge. In that instance, PCS Bail Bonds is your best bet for posting bail. We are available 24/7 to respond to your bail request and will be ready to help you quickly get out of jail. With over 25 years of experience, you can trust PCS Bail Bonds to deliver the best bail bond service in Tarrant County.