Alief is a residential suburb originally known as Dairy and Dairy Station. It is part of Harris County and is actually located in Houston on Bray’s Bayou. Alief makes up about 36.6 square miles of Houston and is home to about 144,688 people.
Why is getting a DWI in Alief is a high possibility? It’s located on one of the busiest interstates traveling through Houston, the I-10 which in this part of Houston is also know as the Katy Freeway. It is also in close proximity to the intersection of the I-10 and Beltway/Tollroad 8. Alief is very close to popular upscale shopping area, Town & County Village which has several popular restaurants known to serve alcoholic beverages.
Also included within the area of Alief is Lakeside Country Club which golfing is a popular activity. Many golfers enjoy alcoholic beverages while spending the day golfing 18 holes. Most golf & country clubs have employees who sell alcoholic beverages to golfers all throughout the golf course. This is a recipe for a DWI and the city law enforcement officers know this and target drivers leaving areas such as the Lakeside Country Club.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a DWI in Alief, Texas in this part of Harris County, please contact the law office of Tyler Flood.
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