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Protecting Your Reputation And Your Rights

A criminal charge can have serious consequences well beyond jail time and fines. In cases arising from drunk driving, for example, convicted parties can have their driver’s licenses revoked. Likewise, the establishment of a criminal record can limit an individual’s ability to find suitable employment and housing.

We can help. At the Kyle Law Firm, we have more than 60 years of experience protecting our clients from the unwanted effects of a criminal charge. With offices in New Braunfels, and serving throughout Central Texas, we understand how to work with opposing counsel to have charges and penalties reduced — and, whenever possible, dismissed.

Will I Lose My Professional License?

Doctors, nurses and a range of other licensed professionals stand to suffer greatly from DUI/DWI convictions. Oftentimes, they will face inquiries from the Texas Medical Board and the Texas Board of Nursing, which have the authority to take disciplinary action — including the suspension of one’s professional license.

Such suspensions are relatively rare, but the time required to participate in an investigation, and the damage one can suffer to one’s reputation as a result, is costly in themselves. This is why the lawyers at Kyle Law Firm have made it their mission to provide discreet, aggressive defense to professionals in the area. We work closely with the individuals we represent, and know how to fight to achieve the best possible legal outcomes. For those who have been convicted of DWI in the past, we may be able to secure an order of nondisclosure, which can withhold your criminal record from public view.

Legal Support When You Most Need It

To learn more about our services, or to consult with an attorney, reach out to our firm. You can call us at 830-620-9402 or arrange an appointment online. Initial consultations are always free.