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*Board-certified DWI Defense Lawyer Mimi Coffey By The National College Of DUI Defense

Dear Friend of the Coffey Firm,

There are many legal issues as a result of coronavirus and we want to give you helpful information that may be of some benefit.

Like you, we’re closely monitoring the developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We closed both offices (Ft. Worth & Dallas) per the “shelter in place” order and we are all working from home . Please do not hesitate to contact us. Please do not panic. This too will pass. We are wishing everyone good health and safety.

Covid-19 News Updates

The Courts are CLOSED
The Courts are closed until further notice. Please know that if you have a pending case with us, we are staying on top of rescheduled court dates. Only “essential court dates” (people in jail) where cases will be disposed are being set. We will contact you about your rescheduled court date. Please call or email if you have any questions.

For Dallas, Collin, Denton, Ellis, & Kaufman counties: Robyn@mimicoffey.com

For Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, & Wise counties: Lexa@mimicoffey.com

**** GOVERNOR ABBOTT RECOMMENDS THAT COURTS NOT ALLOW IN-PERSON APPEARANCES UNTIL AT LEAST JUNE 1 (as of April 27, 2020) ****

Worried About Your AA meetings, MADD VIP, and DWI classes?

Please do them online and document your participation. Make sure the MADD Victim Impact Panel is the official one.

We can do online meetings from the comfort of your home if you have a computer with a camera or an iphone.

Eviction Laws
The courts will not hear eviction cases in Texas until April 20. This deadline may be extended depending on the status of COVID-19. You cannot be evicted from your residence without a court order.

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Online Payment

If you need to make a payment , you can go to mimicoffey.com . There will be a button at the top of the page saying ‘Make Payment’.

If you have any questions regarding payment, please contact us.

Violation of Shelter Orders During COVID-19 Can Result in a fine of up to $1,000 or jail for up 180 days. Stay safe and stay at home only to venture out per essential needs (grocery store, doctor).

Good Corona News

Governor Abbott has waived regulations allowing:
Alcohol deliveries with the purchase of food.
Restaurants can sell groceries and supplies to meet demand during this crisis.