The city of Jonestown is only just 20 miles away from Austin. It is located on FM 1431, where it is known as one of the fastest growing populations in Texas. At first Jonestown was just a great weekend getaway for fishing and such, now it has become home to many. Large lake front homes are being built in gated communities.
This city is also home to the very popular “Oktoberfest.” Oktoberfest is a huge music festival that has been going on is Texas for years, they offer great food and drink, great music, and fun for the kids. They also offer plenty of alcohol. This is a huge opportunity for the Jonestown police to catch drunk drivers, during Oktoberfest they will be focused on cracking down on offenders.
If you are a resident of Jonestown, or just a visitor enjoying Oktoberfest, or any other activities they have to offer and you have been charged with drinking and driving, let us help you. We are experienced in dealing with Travis County and Austin DWI cases. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
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