Rollingwood was established as a city in 1963 and is a city very similar to Austin in that it is very diverse and rich in heritage and tradition. It is located only six miles west of Austin on the west bank of Lake Austin. Rollingwood is part of the Eans Independent School District which is known as one of the best.
Recently Rollingwood has made efforts to become a more socially structured community. They have developed a great commercial district to enhance the city and make it a more exciting place to visit. They now offer eateries, retail businesses and professional offices. With this also comes, more drinking and when travelers drink most often they are also driving.
If you are charged with a DWI in Rollingwood, Texas please contact us today. Don’t wait, we have experience dealing with DWI charges in this area of Travis County.
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