November 7, 2019
Do I Have to Take the Field Sobriety Tests?

In the course of a traffic stop, an officer may say, “Sir/ma’am, I’m going to ask you now to follow me over here. I’m going to do some tests to check if you’re okay to drive.” Those dreaded words often preface field sobriety tests for a DWI. You’ve seen them on cop shows or heard […]

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September 25, 2019
How Do Field Sobriety Tests for DWI Work?

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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October 11, 2017
How to Fight a Field Sobriety Test

Field sobriety tests are used to determine whether you have exceeded the legal amount of alcohol consumption, and are generally regarded as reliable in their use against you to convict you of a DWI. However, did you know these tests are often incorrectly administered, or even administered in faulty conditions which may significantly alter results […]

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