Travis County DWI

Going through the criminal justice process can be a daunting and intimidating process.  Many people have not been through this process before and have many questions regarding what lies ahead.  It is imperative that you hire the right attorney that will help guide you through the process and explain everything to you fully.  

Carl is a 5th generation Austinite, and has an experienced background in practicing in all areas in Central Texas, especially and including in Travis County (and in Austin, Texas). Travis County is comprised of 6 County Criminal Courts and 7 District Criminal Courts.  The County Courts have jurisdiction over all misdemeanor offenses.  The District Criminal Courts preside over felony cases and all misdemeanors involving official misconduct. Once a felony case is indicted by a grand jury, the case is assigned to one of the 7 District Criminal Courts.

Regardless of the charge, The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder promises to always effectively and passionately advocate for your rights no matter where the charges arise.  He has worked in some capacity in every court in Travis County, and will always be available to assist you throughout the entirety of the criminal case.

If you are in need of a driven, skilled, and experienced criminal defense and DWI attorney, please call The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder at 214.702.CARL(2275) or 469.2000.DWI(394).

The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder is a full-service criminal defense law firm. Carl David Ceder is an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney, DWI Defense Attorney who practices all over Texas, including Dallas and all of Dallas County, Plano and all of Collin County, Rockwall County, Denton County, Fort Worth and all of Tarrant County, Austin and all of Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, and all adjoining counties.

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You can contact The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder at anytime for assistance at 214.702.CARL(2275) or at 469.2000.DWI(394). You can also e-mail Carl directly, at; or to the office for general inquiries at Phones should be answered 24 hours a day/7 days a week for immediate and prompt assistance. E-mail messages will try to be responded to with 24-48 hours, depending on whether Carl and his team is in trial and/or is busy working on a case for a contested hearing.