James Twine

James Twine

Georgetown DUI Defense Attorney

Price & Twine, PLLC

310 S Austin Ave
Georgetown, TX 78626

Phone: 512-354-1880

Website: georgetownlaw.net/driving-while-intoxicated-dwi/

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About James Twine

James Twine possesses a genuine enthusiasm for criminal defense work. Throughout his entire professional journey as an attorney, he has focused on areas of law where he believes he can make the most meaningful impact on everyday individuals. When questioned about his line of work, he often states that he's engaged in the "people business." On the other hand, James Twine is a seasoned legal professional renowned for his exceptional expertise in DWI cases. With a deep understanding of the intricacies of driving while intoxicated charges, James Twine brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to DUI defense. His track record of success, coupled with a dedication to meticulous case analysis, allows him to craft tailored strategies that stand strong in the courtroom. Whether it's navigating complex legal nuances or leveraging innovative defense tactics, James Twine is a steadfast advocate, committed securing the best possible outcome in DUI cases.

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