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Understanding Texas DWI Laws


texas dwi laws

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a serious crime that comes with hefty fines and penalties if you are convicted in Texas. It’s important that you have an understanding of the Texas DWI laws, especially if you have been charged recently with DWI. You should never admit guilt, nor should you answer any questions from a…
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Tyler Flood Investigates Blood Vial Scandal


Tyler Flood investigates Blood Vile Scandal

Last month as news broke out about serious issues with integrity of thousands of Becton Dickinson (BD) grey Top blood testing vials, news crews and government officials alike scrambled to get out ahead of the story. A “critical problem” they called it, describing the estimated 1700 testing kits potentially impacted by BD’s faulty manufacturing. DWI…
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Texas May Ease Up on DWI Laws


Ease Up on DWI Laws

The state of Texas hasn’t been kind to people charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI). Legislation has tried to combat rising drunk driving fatalities with more stringent DWI laws. Unfortunately, these laws haven’t hindered the rising DWI death toll. The National Highway Safety and Traffic Administration (NHTSA) has reported an increase of 200 more alcohol-related…
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Will Texas Eliminate Forensic Hypnosis?


Eliminate Forensic Hypnosis

The 86th legislative session in Texas has welcomed many new bills. One of the most controversial is the prohibition of forensic hypnosis from a criminal courtroom proposed by State Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa. You may have seen examples of forensic hypnosis in television dramas such as C.S.I or The Long Island Medium. This practice may…
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Are Sobering Centers The Answer to Public Intoxication?


Sobering Centers The Answer to Public Intoxication

In movies, public intoxication is a harmless venture done by most adults. Unfortunately, the real world has some sobering consequences for people who are openly drunk. Inebriated individuals in public areas could face criminal charges and staggering hospital bills. The city of Houston has tried to rectify this problem by implementing structures called “sobering centers.”…
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What You Need to Know About Open Container Laws in Texas?


In the United States, there are eight states that allow passengers to have an open container of alcohol in the car—Texas is not one of them. The Lone Star State is actually known for its strict DWI offenses and open container laws, however, it is possible to defend against these charges. Here’s what you need…
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