As a Certified Public Accountant you have worked hard, been educated and taken  16 hour exam. When you get a DWI all of that is in jeopardy. That is why it is important to higher an experienced Corpus Christi DWI Lawyer who can also help you maintain your CPA license.

Why does a DWI jeopardize your license? It is the CPA Rules of Conduct that relate to a DWI conviction that would cause a disciplinary action against you.

Under the Texas Administrative Code Title 22

A person shall not commit any act that reflects adversely on that person’s fitness to engage in the practice of public accountancy. A discreditable act includes but is not limited to:

(4) final conviction of a felony or imposition of deferred adjudication or community supervision in connection with a criminal prosecution of a felony under the laws of any state or the United States;
(5) final conviction of any crime or imposition of deferred adjudication or community supervision in connection with a criminal prosecution, an element of which is dishonesty or fraud under the laws of any state or the United States, a criminal prosecution for a crime of moral turpitude, a criminal prosecution involving alcohol abuse or controlled substances, or a criminal prosecution for a crime involving physical harm or the threat of physical harm;

We are ready to help protect you from these DWI criminal convictions. Call our law firm today 361-792-3811.