Blog Posts in November, 2015

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  • Examining The Most Common DWI Myths
    Examining The Most Common DWI Myths

    No matter the topic, there are always fabrications about it. After numerous people get in on it and create their own theory as to why something is a certain way or why what’s true about it is really ...

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  • Essentials to Successfully Defending a DWI Charge
    Essentials to Successfully Defending a DWI Charge

    If you are facing the charge of DWI , whether a misdemeanor first-time charge, or a subsequent DWI felony charge, you will have a lot of questions. You may wonder, “What am I going to do now?” “What ...

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  • East Coast State Denies Right to Jury Trial in DWI Cases
    East Coast State Denies Right to Jury Trial in DWI Cases

    In a case that reached the New Jersey Supreme Court for review, a defendant seeking to try his DWI case in front of a jury was denied that right. According to the published opinion, it was that man’s ...

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  • DWI With Child is a Serious Charge in Texas
    DWI With Child is a Serious Charge in Texas

    Being charged with DWI in Texas is a serious issue that requires tough and spirited defense. But there are occasions when a DWI charge is even more serious, and one of those is the charge of DWI with ...

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  • DWI Trial: What is a Jury of Your Peers?
    DWI Trial: What is a Jury of Your Peers?

    The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees each of us the right to a jury of impartial jurors if the state chooses to charge us with a crime. This right exists to ensure that each of us ...

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  • DWI Traffic Stops in Dallas, Texas
    DWI Traffic Stops in Dallas, Texas

    Constitutional Rights Regarding Search and Seizure The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects all citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures. A police officer must have ...

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