April 2014 Blog Posts Archives
Ignition Interlock Devices as a Result of DWI
If you have been charged with a DWI, you may be required to use an ignition interlock device, costing you both time and money.
Texas DUI Statistics: A Dubious Distinction for Alcohol-Related Fatalities
Texas DUI statistics are sobering: Texas had the largest increase in alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in the nation in 2012, up by 80 deaths.
The Punishments for Second Offense DUI/DWI Charges
Second offense DUI charges entail steeper penalties than first offenses. Let's look at the various punishments specified in the state of Texas for these charges.
The Punishments for First Offense DUI/DWI Charges
DUI charges should never be taken lightly, even if they are first offenses. Read on to learn about the legal penalties for these charges in…
What You Should Know About DWI Cases and Jail Time
Jail time is a common part of DUI arrests. Read on to find out how much time will be spent in incarceration and how we…
Potential Problems with Field Sobriety Testing
While field sobriety tests are commonly used by law enforcement to assess intoxication, they are flawed and non-scientific. Read on to learn more about the…
The Different Types of DUI Testing That Law Enforcement May Use
There are many different methods that law enforcement may use to assess the sobriety of a driver. Read on to learn about all of these…
How Extreme DUI Charges Differ from Regular DUI Charges
Extreme DUI charges are meant to tackle people who are very intoxicated behind the wheel. Read on to learn more about these kinds of drunk…