DUI/DWI

What Constitutes Felony DWI in Texas

What Constitutes Felony DWI in Texas

A DWI can turn into a felony easily. It is important to know what makes a DWI rise to a felony. It is even more important to hire a lawyer if you’re facing a felony DWI. A felony DWI comes with a lot harsher punishments and is a serious charge. Hiring an experienced DWI lawyer should be your first priority.

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Steering Clear When Pulled Over for a DWI

Getting pulled over by the police can be scary, particularly if it’s late at night and you’ve had a drink or two. In such a high-stress moment, it’s easy to make mistakes that could complicate the situation. Understanding what not to do is crucial, so here’s a rundown of the most common pitfalls to steer clear of it you ever

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Is a Lawyer Necessary When Arrested for a DWI in Texas

Advice on Being Stopped for DWI

Lawyers who don’t handle DWI cases sometimes receive frantic calls from clients when a charge is looming, or a DWI arrest has been made. The laws are confusing, and there is a lot of misinformation out there. If you get that call from a client, advise them to retain an attorney with a proven record at trial, field sobriety test,

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Legal Pitfalls of Driving With Your Gun

Potential Legal Pitfalls of Driving With Your Gun

These days, there are not many requirements for a person to carry a gun legally in their car in Texas. It takes a little more effort to drive a car legally, but if a person has a driver’s license, is over 21, and isn’t disqualified from carrying a gun for some other reason, then they’ll just need to keep the

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Can You Be Charged with DWI If You Haven’t Been Drinking?

Potential jurors are often surprised to learn that you can be charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) when you’ve had no alcohol to drink. The term “DWI” is most commonly understood to mean drunk driving. The expectation is that the jurors are going to hear evidence about someone who was driving a car and showing signs of being drunk on

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The Reliability of Breathalyzer Devices in DUI Cases: A Comparative Analysis Across States

Breathalyzer devices play a crucial role in the enforcement of DUI (driving under the influence) laws across the United States. These devices estimate blood alcohol content (BAC) by analyzing a person’s breath and are often used as evidence in DUI cases. However, questions about the reliability of breathalyzers have persisted, and recent investigations have brought these concerns to the forefront.

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Crimmi-toxi-gration

The intersection of criminal law and immigration law – crimmigration, for short – can be daunting. Add the tricky issues that pop up in intoxication cases, and you’ve got yourself a challenge. But considering the numbers, chances are most attorneys will encounter non-citizen clients at some point, so it’s important to know what to look out for. Estimates of the

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Texas DWI vs DUI

What to Know About DUI Stops in Redding, California

Even if you have nothing to hide and aren’t doing anything wrong, getting stopped by law enforcement at a sobriety checkpoint can be at least a moderately frightening experience. For this reason, we’ve compiled this short guide regarding DUI stops in California so you can be better informed of your rights, what to do if those rights or violated, and

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How Do Sobriety Checkpoints Work in Pittsburgh

At certain times of the year, Pennsylvania law enforcement likes to set up DUI checkpoints and roadblocks to catch suspected drunk drivers. You may find their methods dubious, but if you are arrested as a result of a lawful stop, you can be in serious legal jeopardy. For more information on how sobriety checkpoints work in Pittsburgh, please read on,

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Difference Between DWI 1st and DWI 2nd in Texas

What is the Court Process for a DUI in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

If you have been arrested for a DUI in Pennsylvania, you may find the subsequent court process physically and emotionally exhausting as well as needlessly convoluted. This may be especially true if you enter it for the first time. This article deals with the various stages you will go through and why you should hire a Pittsburgh DUI defense lawyer

Read More »
What Constitutes Felony DWI in Texas

What Constitutes Felony DWI in Texas

A DWI can turn into a felony easily. It is important to know what makes a DWI rise to a felony. It is even more important to hire a lawyer if you’re facing a felony DWI. A felony DWI comes with a lot harsher punishments and is a serious charge. Hiring an experienced DWI lawyer should be your first priority.

Read More »

Steering Clear When Pulled Over for a DWI

Getting pulled over by the police can be scary, particularly if it’s late at night and you’ve had a drink or two. In such a high-stress moment, it’s easy to make mistakes that could complicate the situation. Understanding what not to do is crucial, so here’s a rundown of the most common pitfalls to steer clear of it you ever

Read More »
Is a Lawyer Necessary When Arrested for a DWI in Texas

Advice on Being Stopped for DWI

Lawyers who don’t handle DWI cases sometimes receive frantic calls from clients when a charge is looming, or a DWI arrest has been made. The laws are confusing, and there is a lot of misinformation out there. If you get that call from a client, advise them to retain an attorney with a proven record at trial, field sobriety test,

Read More »
Legal Pitfalls of Driving With Your Gun

Potential Legal Pitfalls of Driving With Your Gun

These days, there are not many requirements for a person to carry a gun legally in their car in Texas. It takes a little more effort to drive a car legally, but if a person has a driver’s license, is over 21, and isn’t disqualified from carrying a gun for some other reason, then they’ll just need to keep the

Read More »

Can You Be Charged with DWI If You Haven’t Been Drinking?

Potential jurors are often surprised to learn that you can be charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) when you’ve had no alcohol to drink. The term “DWI” is most commonly understood to mean drunk driving. The expectation is that the jurors are going to hear evidence about someone who was driving a car and showing signs of being drunk on

Read More »

The Reliability of Breathalyzer Devices in DUI Cases: A Comparative Analysis Across States

Breathalyzer devices play a crucial role in the enforcement of DUI (driving under the influence) laws across the United States. These devices estimate blood alcohol content (BAC) by analyzing a person’s breath and are often used as evidence in DUI cases. However, questions about the reliability of breathalyzers have persisted, and recent investigations have brought these concerns to the forefront.

Read More »

Crimmi-toxi-gration

The intersection of criminal law and immigration law – crimmigration, for short – can be daunting. Add the tricky issues that pop up in intoxication cases, and you’ve got yourself a challenge. But considering the numbers, chances are most attorneys will encounter non-citizen clients at some point, so it’s important to know what to look out for. Estimates of the

Read More »
Texas DWI vs DUI

What to Know About DUI Stops in Redding, California

Even if you have nothing to hide and aren’t doing anything wrong, getting stopped by law enforcement at a sobriety checkpoint can be at least a moderately frightening experience. For this reason, we’ve compiled this short guide regarding DUI stops in California so you can be better informed of your rights, what to do if those rights or violated, and

Read More »

How Do Sobriety Checkpoints Work in Pittsburgh

At certain times of the year, Pennsylvania law enforcement likes to set up DUI checkpoints and roadblocks to catch suspected drunk drivers. You may find their methods dubious, but if you are arrested as a result of a lawful stop, you can be in serious legal jeopardy. For more information on how sobriety checkpoints work in Pittsburgh, please read on,

Read More »
Difference Between DWI 1st and DWI 2nd in Texas

What is the Court Process for a DUI in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

If you have been arrested for a DUI in Pennsylvania, you may find the subsequent court process physically and emotionally exhausting as well as needlessly convoluted. This may be especially true if you enter it for the first time. This article deals with the various stages you will go through and why you should hire a Pittsburgh DUI defense lawyer

Read More »

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