If a traffic officer suspects you are driving while intoxicated, they will likely ask you to submit to a field sobriety test. There are many legitimate reasons for not consenting to a test. There may be heavy traffic or poor visibility. There may be legitimate reasons other than alcohol or drugs as to why a…

According to a recent news report, there are about 5,000 to 6,000 DWI arrests every year in Austin. Probing the statistics further, Travis County recorded on average a 70 percent year-over-year rise in people killed in DUI-related crashes in 2017. Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs can lead to serious road crashes,…

As with all criminal cases, a person accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Therefore, regardless of the evidence stacked against you, everyone deserves their day in court. A good attorney knows what can and can’t be presented before a jury, depending on the rules of evidence in any Texas…

Holidays such as Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Independence Day, or the upcoming Memorial Day weekend are the times when law enforcement officers are mostly on the lookout for those who are driving while intoxicated (DWI). Over the New Year’s and Christmas period, highway patrol agencies are typically very active in monitoring suspicious driving. They may…

When you are charged with a DWI, the emotional stress can be overwhelming. You may be worried about the cost of bail and fear any additional cost. You might even consider pleading guilty to the DWI charge instead of seeking legal counsel to fight the charges as a means to reduce the costs. However, even…

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