Barker is a small community with a population of only about 220 people located in the western part of Harris County. It is right off of I-10 just seventeen miles west of downtown Houston.
Barker is named for it’s location on the popular Barker Cypress Rd. Barker Cypress runs all the way through Cypress, Texas to Katy, Texas and has many of the newer community developments on the West and Northwest side of Houston located off it. Commuters who had a drink after work are especially vulnerable to being pulled over on their way home from work.
For those of you who live in or received a DWI in Barker, Texas, it is important to understand the process of getting a DWI in Harris County and work with a lawyer in close proximity to the Harris County Court house. This is where you will attend your court hearings so a downtown attorney will be more convenient to handle your case than an attorney that is located in the Western suburbs.
If you or anyone you know have been charged with a DWI in this part of Harris County, please contact the law office of Tyler Flood.
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