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  • Attorney John Fox Named Top 30 DWI Attorney by S.A. Scene Magazine
    Attorney John Fox Named Top 30 DWI Attorney by S.A. Scene Magazine

    Attorney Fox was recently named one of the Top DWI Attorneys of 2017 in San Antonio by S.A. Scene Magazine . This is the fourth year in a row that our San Antonio DWI lawyer has been recognized for ...

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  • Attorney John J. Fox to give several Criminal Defense Presentation in Fall 2016
    Attorney John J. Fox to give several Criminal Defense Presentation in Fall 2016

    San Antonio criminal defense lawyer John J. Fox is slated to give presentations at multiple venues for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars. On Friday September 23, Attorney Fox spoke at the San ...

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  • Challenging Your DWI
    Challenging Your DWI

    DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DUI (driving under the influence) are considered serious charges in Texas. If you were found to have a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or above, you could be arrested ...

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  • John J. Fox Named One of San Antonio's Top DUI & DWI Lawyers
    John J. Fox Named One of San Antonio's Top DUI & DWI Lawyers

    While many attorneys are good, it takes a special skill set to be great. At The Law Office of John J. Fox, you are greeted with one of the best criminal defense attorneys in all of Texas. Attorney ...

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  • Will my license be suspended if I am arrested for a DWI?
    Will my license be suspended if I am arrested for a DWI?

    After a DWI conviction, you most likely are at risk of a license suspension. Even a first DWI conviction in Texas can result in a license suspension for up to one year. With subsequent offenses, the ...

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  • What Constitutes a Felony DWI in Texas?
    What Constitutes a Felony DWI in Texas?

    In Texas, the most basic DWI offense is commonly charged as misdemeanor. If there are aggravating factors; however, the defendant is at risk of harsher penalties. There are several instances in which ...

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