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Joseph J. Labella

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Certified Blood Test Lawyer Conroe Tx : The Woodlands Area, Montgomery County TX - Houston Area : DWI Defense Attorney, 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
DWI Defense Attorney Joseph LaBella has the experience you need. While some attorneys have a passing knowledge of how blood testing works, LaBella is certified in blood testing. This means that Joe LaBella has completed the necessary training to become an expert in blood testing. He has a thorough knowledge of the blood testing process, and understands precisely how mistakes are made in handling the blood.
How a blood test error can happen
The blood test may indicate to the police that you were intoxicated, but many factors can lead to a false positive. Attorney LaBella is trained to identify signs of contamination in the sample or incompetence by the nurse or paramedic who drew the blood.
You can rely on Joseph LaBella to fight aggressively for you. He gets results for clients who have been arrested for DWI after failing a blood test.
Based in Conroe, LaBella represents clients in Houston, The Woodlands, and communities throughout Texas.
Texas DWI Laws : Criminal Defense Lawyer : Conroe Tx : The Woodlands Area, Montgomery County Texas - Houston Area, 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
Joseph LaBella is an aggressive DWI defense lawyer who is well versed in Texas DWI laws and has a long history of getting successful results for clients.
Attorney LaBella understands the strategies used by law enforcement, which include mandatory blood draw weekends. The results of a blood test can be some of the most persuasive evidence a prosecutor will use against a defendant, but Attorney LaBella knows how to challenge the test results. You don't have to plead guilty simply because your blood test revealed a blood alcohol level above the legal limit.
Every DWI case in Texas is unique. Whether you were charged with DWI with a child passenger or you were arrested for underage DWI, you should fight to protect your rights. Attorney LaBella understands there may be extenuating circumstances. The police may not have followed proper procedure.
Commenting on a recent news report ..., 15 Feb 2014 [cached]
Commenting on a recent news report about a proposal to force individuals convicted in Texas of drunk driving for their first time to use alcohol breath monitors before they get behind the wheel, Houston DWI defense attorney Joseph LaBella said such devices are too severe a penalty for first-time offenders and may overburden the court system.
LaBella commented on a Dec. 17 report in CBS Dallas-Fort Worth ("U.S. Pushes States On Disabling Drunk Drivers' Cars"). According to the story, officials from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration have urged states to require convicted first-time drunk drivers to install and use "ignition interlock devices" before they get behind the wheel of their vehicles.
"While this proposal may be well-intentioned, there are many problems with these breath-testing devices," LaBella said. "There have been reports of 'false positives.' That is, a driver who gets behind the wheel might not be able to start the car because he may have eaten certain foods or used mouthwash shortly before blowing into the device. In addition, the fees associated with installing these devices also will disproportionately hurt lower-income drivers."
LaBella said Texas currently has tough penalties for first-time offenders. He said a DWI conviction (a Class B misdemeanor) can result in a fine of up to $2,000, a jail sentence of up to 180 days, a license suspension of up to one year and annual surcharges. These are penalties for those who have a blood alcohol concentration of at least .08 percent.
First-time offenders who have a BAC over 0.15 percent will face more severe penalties. A conviction of DWI with over .15 percent BAC is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor and comes with a fine of up to $4,000 fine and up to one year in jail, LaBella said.
"The implementation of a new interlock device program also could overburden the already taxed court system," LaBella said.
"What we've seen at Joseph LaBella & Associates is that the majority of first-time drunk drivers are eager to get their lives back on track," LaBella said. "They know that Texas takes DWI cases seriously, which is a big incentive for them to avoid further convictions."
LaBella said individuals charged with DWI should seek the advice of legal counsel. He said a defense attorney can make sure their rights are fully protected.
About Joseph LaBella & Associates
For over 20 years, criminal defense attorney Joseph LaBella has fought tirelessly to protect the rights of DWI arrest victims in Houston, Conroe, and throughout Texas. Working with clients facing DWI charges, LaBella has tried over 100 cases and has a 90 percent success rate in obtaining successful outcomes for clients. Along with drunk driving cases, LaBella also handles probation violations, murder charges, case dismissals, drug crimes, sex crimes, and hit and run charges.
Texas recently approved a new state ..., 17 June 2014 [cached]
Texas recently approved a new state law requiring Texas prosecutors to share all "exculpatory" evidence - information that could prove a defendant's innocence - with defense attorneys, a decision that will hopefully keep innocent people out of jail in Texas, according to Texas criminal defense lawyer Joseph LaBella of Joseph J. LaBella & Associates.
LaBella expressed his comments today in response to an article published May 29, 2014, by The Texas Tribune about the new Texas law.
"This is welcome news for anyone wrongly convicted of a crime in Texas," LaBella said.
Such concerns about the new law are misplaced, though, according to Texas criminal defense attorney Joseph LaBella of Joseph LaBella & Associates. "If this new law prevents one innocent person from being incarcerated for decades or even being wrongly executed, it's absolutely worth it, no matter how much some government agency has to spend on making extra copies or storing documents," LaBella said.
Serving clients throughout Texas, DWI lawyer Joseph LaBella handles some of the most complicated criminal cases throughout the state. An experienced, knowledgeable Texas defense attorney, Joseph LaBella works with clients facing drunk driving-related charges and other serious charges. Attorney LaBella has tried over 100 cases and has a 90 percent success rate. Along with DWI cases, attorney LaBella also handles probation violations, case dismissals, murder charges, sex crimes, drug crimes and hit-and-run charges.
Montgomery County DWI Lawyer : Texas Criminal Defense Attorney, 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
Joseph LaBella is a DWI defense attorney in Montgomery County who fights diligently on behalf of his clients. With more than 20 years of experience, Attorney LaBella is well versed in state law and knows his way around the Montgomery County court system. He also knows strategies used by the prosecution and can challenge their evidence, from probable cause for making the traffic stop to the field sobriety test.
Attorney Joseph LaBella is based in Conroe and travels to communities outside of Montgomery County to investigate a DWI case and build a strong defense for clients arrested on drunk driving charges.
How a lawyer may be able to help after a DWI arrest
Attorney LaBella cares about clients and fights hard to get them the best results. He has tried more than 100 cases and has an impressive 90 percent success rate. Many cases don't even reach trial because they get dismissed due to Joe LaBella's doggedness.
Joe LaBella offers clear advice to people who are charged with DWI in Montgomery County: Fight it.
Even if you submitted to a breath or blood test that indicates your blood alcohol content was above the legal limit of .08 percent, attorney Joseph LaBella can help you challenge it.
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