Dumbest Criminals - Drunk Driver Arrested after calling 911 on herself

A Wisconsin caller dials 911 to report a drunk driver - the conversation with dispatch is a s follows:

     Caller: Somebody's really drunk driving down Granton Road."

     Dispatch: Okay are you behind them, or...

     Caller: No, I am them.

     Dispatch: You am them?

     Caller: Yes, I am them.

     Dispatch: Okay so you want to call and report that you’re driving drunk?

     Caller: Yes.

Dispatch then asked the caller to pull over and turn the car off, which she did.  Police officers arrive and arrest the caller for Driving While Intoxicated / Drunk Driving.  According to reports, the caller's breath test was over twice the legal limit.

As Jamie Spencer points out, let's hope she gets credit from the prosecutors for "doing the right thing."  Knowing the system and how it works, I doubt the prosecutors will give her any credit for doing the right thing.

Do Houston DWI cases ever get dismissed?

The simple answer is, Yes.  According to the Harris County Office of Court Management statistics, in 2008 there were 1100 Houston DWI cases dismissed.  Simple advice - hire a Houston DWI attorney that devotes the majority of his/her practice to defending Texas DWI cases.

As a Houston DWI lawyer responsible for many of these DWI dismissals, I know that there are a plethora of reasons that these DWI cases are dismissed.  However, at the root of just about every one of these DWI dismissals is a competent and dedicated DWI attorney that is fighting each and every step of the way. 

HIRE A QUALIFIED DWI LAWYER - QUESTION YOUR LAWYER ABOUT HIS/HER EXPERIENCE - ASK THE TOUGH QUESTIONS

You can rest assured that the DA's office is doing everything they can to convict anyone arrested for DWI in Houston, Texas.  You must have someone just as dedicated to fight for you if you have been arrested for DWI.  That advice again, HIRE A COMPETENT DWI LAWYER.