DWI charges in Texas and most other states are serious. When a second or third violation occurs, accused individuals face what can be life-altering legal penalties.
A No Refusal Weekend is essentially when the police have a judge on call to issue search warrants for blood tests when a driver suspected of drunk driving refuses a breathalyzer test. However, in order to issue a search warrant, he or she must have probable cause under the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Texas is one of the toughest states when it comes to punishing drunk drivers. And the penalties for a DWI conviction become even tougher on a second offense…
DWI lawyer McKinney Texas Collin County | Denton County | Grayson County Just because you failed a field sobriety test or blew over the legal limit of .08 on a breath test doesnâ€™t mean youâ€™re automatically guilty of drunk driving. There are a number of issues involved in a DWI arrest that can compromise the [...]
McKinney TX CDL DWI / DUI – Commercial Drivers License Lawyer Collin County | Denton County | Grayson County If you have a commercial driverâ€™s license (CDL) and have been arrested for drunk driving, you face the suspension of your regular driverâ€™s license, fines, and a possible jail sentence. Additionally, in order to comply with [...]
Dallas Tarrant Collin Denton & Grayson Counties ALR Hearing Attorney, McKinney Texas If youâ€™ve been arrested on charges of drunk driving, your license should have been confiscated by the officer who arrested you. From the date of your arrest, you have 15 days to request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing. The ALR hearing is [...]
The NFL Super bowl is coming to the Dallas Fort Worth Area this weekend, and it will surely bring a lot of Pittsburg Steelers and Green Bay Packers fans with it who are looking to drunk a few adult beverages during their time in Texas. Those fans would be forewarned to consider that they are [...]