Mike John Watkins

Mike John Watkins

320 S. Polk #901 LB 26
Amarillo, TX 79101

Phone: 806-374-9584

Website: dwimike.com

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About Mike John Watkins

Texas Panhandle DWI Trial Lawyer If you want serious representation then call and schedule an appointment. I do not believe that you win a DWI by walking you into the courthouse to enter into a plea bargain. I believe that we win by knowing everything there is to know about you and your case, being ready to announce to the jury that you are NOT GUILTY and we are READY FOR TRIAL, and when the state offers a plea bargain then we evaluate it against our case and decide with full knowledge who we want to proceed. I have never seen a NOT GUILTY verdict following a GUILTY plea. I have had plenty of DISMISSALS the morning of trial and NOT GUILTY verdicts after a trial on the merits by showing up prepared.

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