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Wanted person in Austin has long criminal record

Police authorities in Austin, Texas are on the lookout for 45-year-old Abel Ray Martinez, who violated his supervised release after an eight-year incarceration in federal prison for charges of possession with intent to distribute heroin, KEYE TV reported on January 2.

Martinez has a lengthy criminal history which started at the age of 18 when he was charged, sentenced, and convicted for a myriad of crimes including possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute heroin, evading arrest, larceny, theft, and parole violations, among others.

Being charged with a criminal offense in any capacity can prove life-changing, to both your personal and professional life. If you have experienced this in Austin, your best chances for receiving the most favorable result possible from your case is to enlist the help of an experienced defense attorney. Call Ian Inglis Attorney at Law at (512) 472-1950 today to learn how he may fight on behalf of your rights and interests.

DWI chase ended in west Austin

An unidentified DWI suspect initiated a police chase through West Austin and into West Lake Hills Sunday, September 28.

Authorities said they signaled for the driver to pull over at around 11:23 p.m. at the 13500 block of U.S. Route 183, but instead, the individual sped off. The officer chased the driver through the neighborhoods at Bee Caves at 360. The chase finally ended at 1300 Circle Ridge in West Lake Hills where the suspect was apprehended.

The driver was taken into custody for driving while intoxicated and evading arrest.

Being charged with DWI can carry stiff penalties in Texas, including jail time, license suspension, and steep fines. These consequences could affect everything from your reputation to your livelihood. Facing this alone can be intemidating. Let the experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyer Ian Inglis review your case today by calling 512-472-1950.

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