Stephen T. Bowling
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Stephen T. Bowling

Stephen T Bowling, DWI & Criminal Defense Attorneys

816 Congress Ave, Suite 950
Austin, TX 78701

Phone: 512-599-9000


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About Stephen T. Bowling

The key to defending your case is knowledge. The DWI man uses the knowledge he gained as a law enforcement officer making arrests and training others on how to conduct a DWI arrest. His past combined to his commitment to studying the latest cutting edge science in DWI cases to ensure you have the greatest chance of having your charges reduced, dismissed, or a not guilty verdict. Steve Bowling was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and has been a lifelong resident of Texas. He is a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Management and a Masters in Management. Mr. Bowling received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Mr. Bowling is a veteran of the United States Navy, serving 10 years on active duty. In the Navy Mr. Bowling filled numerous roles, including as a field training officer and watch commander for a military police unit at Naval Station Ingleside, Texas, where he gained invaluable knowledge to utilize in representing Austin DWI clients. Mr. Bowling resides in the Austin area with his wife and three children. 2015 Summer Session Graduate; 2016 Serious Science Blood Drug Analysis and Trial Advocacy Graduate; 2017 Serious Science Blood Alcohol Analysis and Trial Advocacy Graduate

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