Category: Drunk Driving
Texans understand that drunk driving isn’t okay. We know it puts other drivers at risk and is easy to avoid. What you may not know is DWI charges don’t always stem from actively drinking.
If you’ve been pulled over in Texas and you have an open container of alcohol in [...]
What are you going to be for Halloween?
As the weather starts to cool in Texas (finally!), it’s time to start planning for the spookiest night of the year. If you’re like a lot of adults – and teens – there’s a good chance you’ve got a party to go [...]
Have you survived the summer without melting? Then we’re happy to tell you that the weather is going to start cooling down soon.
In the next few months, Tarrant County residents will begin venturing out of the air conditioning and into the fall weather.
But where to go? We’ve got [...]
Advancements in understanding the adolescent brain confirm that the centers responsible for good judgment haven’t fully developed. Underaged drinking can further impair decision making, and it’s a simple fact: even without alcohol or drugs, teens just don’t have a lot of experience behind the wheel.
Couple these factors with the [...]
The state of Texas imposes severe criminal and civil consequences for anyone convicted of a DWI. However, if you are arrested for a DWI with a child passenger under 15, you can expect even greater consequences.
For example, a Texas woman was recently taking her five-year-old daughter to school and [...]
While breath test results aid in establishing probable cause for a DWI arrest in the field, a number of factors can influence results, and reliability can be challenged in court. There are three broad categories of defense – Machine Error, Human Error, and Environmental Factors. Under each of these umbrellas [...]