Atascocita is a large development that is located in Harris County. A main road that runs through this area is 1960, the city of Humble is only about 6 miles away and Downtown Houston is a short 18 miles away. There are also many recreational developments in the area golf courses, country clubs, and parks.
Lake Houston in a large reservoir which borders Atascocita and is a popular place for outdoor recreational activities such as boating and fishing. Due to the popularity of recreational boating, especially during the summer months, getting charged with a BWI or Boating While Intoxicated is highly possible if you have been drinking while operating a motorized boat. BWI’s are just as serious offenses as a DWI and also effect your drivers license and not just your ability to drive a boat.
Due to the recreation and close proximity to downtown, its not a surprise that a person would be pulled over and charged with a DWI in this part of Harris County. If you or a loved one have been charged with a DWI in Atascocita, please contact the law office of Tyler Flood.
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