Warrant Requirement for Blood Alcohol Tests
In typical DWI cases, the police will require a warrant to legally draw a blood sample from you if you are stopped or arrested for a DWI. Like a breathalyzer or breath test, a blood test is used for measuring a person’s blood alcohol content (BAC) after being arrested for DWI. During a blood test,… read more
What to Know About Texas DWI Laws
Driving while intoxicated, whether due to alcohol or drugs, not only risks the life of the driver but other innocent road users as well. It can even land you in jail. This is why Texas has very strict laws and harsh penalties for DWI or driving while intoxicated. Ignorance is not an excuse for violating… read more
Is it Possible to Have DWI Charges Dropped or Lowered in TX?
Yes, it’s possible to have your DWI charges lowered or dropped in TX. The state takes driving while intoxicated or DWI charges and other related offenses very seriously, so they are punishable by high fines and incarceration. But in some cases, these charges can be lowered to a less severe offense. Different factors must be… read more
What Are The Consequences of Refusing a Urine Test or a Breathalyzer in TX?
You’re not legally required to submit to a breathalyzer (breath test) or a urine test in Texas. This means that if you’ve been arrested for a DWI (driving while intoxicated), you have the right to refuse a breathalyzer or urine test. But you should know that refusing these tests comes with severe consequences due to… read more
What is an Aggravated DWI?
If you or a loved one are facing aggravated DWI charges in Texas, you need to know the potential penalties of your charge and the difference between a DWI and an aggravated DWI. The following is a basic explanation of the aggravating factors involved in an aggravated DWI and its range of punishment. What Is… read more