Blog Posts in May, 2015

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  • 'Affluenza' Teen Sentenced
    'Affluenza' Teen Sentenced

    It was the case heard round the world . News outlets, blogs, and websites across the country reported the news of a teen who got probation after being accused of driving under the influence and ...

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  • A DWI Exception to the Constitution? Exploring The 5th Amendment
    A DWI Exception to the Constitution? Exploring The 5th Amendment

    The Bill of Rights of our Constitution provides certain protections that apply to all Americans. Many of these protections are particularly relevant when one has been accused by the government of ...

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  • 7 Questions To Ask Your DWI Lawyer
    7 Questions To Ask Your DWI Lawyer

    Getting the best advice from a DWI lawyer by asking the right questions. Being arrested for a driving while intoxicated (DWI) charge can be scary, stressful, and confusing. After arrest, it can be ...

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  • Your Right to Exculpatory Evidence in DWI Cases
    Your Right to Exculpatory Evidence in DWI Cases

    We are lucky to live in a country with the sort of protections we all enjoy. Those protections come primarily from the United States Constitution. There are several protections related to criminal ...

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  • A DWI Could Break Your Bank
    A DWI Could Break Your Bank

    If you know how much it will cost you for being arrested for drunk driving, will it stop you? If the numbers are any indication, probably not. If you just received your ticket, now is the best time to ...

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  • Court of Appeals Affirms DWI Conviction Over Jury Challenge
    Court of Appeals Affirms DWI Conviction Over Jury Challenge

    The First District Court of Appeals in Texas recently decided a DWI case involving challenging whether a prospective juror can sit in judgment during a trial. The case itself was over DWI charges that ...

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