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When dealing with an arrest for allegedly drinking and driving, you need to be confident that you are going above and beyond in your efforts to protect your legal rights. You need to be sure that you work with a heavyweight. At my firm, you can trust that you will receive just that. My name is Christian Samuelson and I am the founding attorney of the Samuelson Law Firm. Since 1997, I have been working as a practicing trial attorney and have devoted myself to helping those who have been wrongfully accused with criminal actions such as DWI-related charges. I am proud to have been AV® peer review rated by Martindale-Hubbell® and to have helped countless people throughout the Houston, Texas area to protect their legal rights. If you are interested in scheduling an initial case consultation with my firm, I encourage you to contact us today. You can call us at 281-407-9553 or use the form below to email us.

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