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  • Utah Begins Trend by Lowering BAC Level
    Utah Begins Trend by Lowering BAC Level

    Several states over the past year have been debating whether to decrease the legal limit of alcohol one can have and drive. Utah has now passed and implemented legislation to lower its legal blood ...

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  • What Happens if I Refuse a Breath or Blood Test?
    What Happens if I Refuse a Breath or Blood Test?

    If you are pulled over for suspected DWI in Texas, you will be asked to submit to a breath or blood test to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). Under the state’s implied consent law, anyone ...

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  • DWI Charges and Ignition Interlock Devices
    DWI Charges and Ignition Interlock Devices

    Explaining ignition interlocks and your DWI charge. When you are convicted of a DWI charge , whether it was your first, second or third offense, there will be several serious penalties and fines that ...

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  • What To Do When Stopped For A Field Sobriety Test
    What To Do When Stopped For A Field Sobriety Test

    An obvious rule of the road is to never drink and drive. It can be a risky or even life-threatening endeavor for yourself and others on the road, and if you’re caught, the costs and jail time alone ...

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  • What You Need to Know about Refusing a Breathalyzer Test
    What You Need to Know about Refusing a Breathalyzer Test

    There are several things about DWI stops that people don’t know or don’t understand. One of the more frequently asked questions concerning being pulled over for a DWI in Texas is whether or not you ...

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  • Can Texas Law Enforcement Draw Your Blood Without a Warrant?
    Can Texas Law Enforcement Draw Your Blood Without a Warrant?

    A few years ago, the answer to the question of whether police need a warrant to draw your blood after an arrest on suspicion of DWI was no. A case decided by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ...

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