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Category: DWI Arrests


What Happens if I Refuse a Breath Test?


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Texas breath alcohol testing regulations fall within the ambit of the state’s “implied consent” law. Under this law, any driver lawfully arrested for a DWI offense must decide whether to submit to chemical testing to determine their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level or the presence of intoxicating drugs in their body system.  The law enforcement…
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Texas DWI Blood Draws: What Does “No Refusal” Really Mean?


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You can legally refuse a Texas DWI blood test request from an officer, even though it will have consequences. However, there are certain days with exceptions that fall under the state’s “No Refusal” system. Texas DWI blood draw requests during these times aim to discourage people against drunk driving over holidays. This article will explore…
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How Do Field Sobriety Tests for DWI Work?


some typical field sobriety tests and outline your rights

If a police officer believes you are driving erratically, they may pull you over on suspicion of DWI in Texas. The officer will first look for physical signs of intoxication, such as red eyes, the smell of alcohol, slow reactions, and slurred speech. If the officer believes you are intoxicated, they might ask you to…
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