Webberville is a town in Travis County located about 20-30 minutes from downtown Austin. From the intersection of Hwy. 183 and FM 969, take FM 969 east 9 miles to the town of Webberville. Webberville is known for its Webberville Park.
Webberville Park is a favorite to Travis County Residents. The park features an array of activities, amenities, and community shelters and bathrooms. Along with a very popular family park comes a lot of family fun and bonding, but also drinking. Most of the time when there is good family fun and food, there is a drinking. Many times a person may not realize how much they have had to drink, getting caught up in all the fun and not realizing how much they have had to drink may lead them to the driver seat of a car. In their mind they are just running to the store to pick up more beer, or charcoal etc… “No big deal.” Well, it is a big deal.
In an instant making a decision like this can cause serious penalty, and you could possibly face a record that will stay with you for life. If you or someone you know is going through something like this, please contact the offices of Tyler Flood.
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