What to Wear to Court

Alcohol-related crimes can result in serious legal penalties as well as damage to the professional career and personal life of the accused individual. Although the legal team overseeing your case will be doing their part to ensure you receive a fair trial, there are steps you can take to make sure that you are treated fairly as well. One of the most important, and often overlooked, ways to help your case is to look appropriate in court.

If you or someone you love has been charged with driving while intoxicated or a similar crime, the assistance of a knowledgeable legal professional is imperative. The Dallas DWI attorneys at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter are prepared to help you through your case and handle issues regarding dress code for court as well as the foundations of your defense. Contact us today at (214) 845-7007 to discuss your case.

Things to Remember when Preparing for Court

Alcohol-related charges carry the connotation of irresponsible behavior, so when preparing for court, it is important to appear professional and well put-together. Dressing responsibly can be a helpful way to show the court that you understand the severity of your charges and are prepared to handle the legal process. Some tips for perfecting your appearance in court may include:

  • Avoid low-cut, tight, or ill-fitting clothes that may draw unnecessary attention to your appearance
  • If possible, select business professional attire
  • Use good hygiene practices before going to court
  • Do not wear dirty or stained clothing
  • Attempt to appear well-rested and aware of the proceedings

Contact Us

Your appearance in court is important, but experienced legal defense is even more so for minimizing the consequences of your alcohol-related charges. The Dallas DWI defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter may be able to help you handle any accusations against you. Contact our offices at (214) 845-7007 for more information.


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