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Legal Articles Category: Criminal Defense Articles

What Happens After a DWI Arrest in Texas?

If you were recently arrested and charged with a DWI in Texas, you need to be aware of two distinct legal proceedings that you will face in the days, weeks and months ahead. Both proceedings could have a major impact…

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How Could a Conviction Affect Your Future?

An arrest can suddenly put your life in jeopardy. The possibility of going to jail is the most obvious threat that you face. However, if convicted, you could face many other consequences. Here, our Dallas criminal defense attorneys present a…

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Supreme Court Rules on Warrant-less Breathalyzer Tests and Blood Tests

If you are pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Dallas, can the police require you to take a breathalyzer test? How about a blood test? According to a recent report…

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What You Need To Know About DWIs in Texas

Texas law enforcement officials recently renewed their efforts to “crack down” on driving while intoxicated (DWI) in the state. The penalties for being convicted of a Texas DWI in court are severe, but an arrest on suspicion of DWI does…

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How Long Does a DWI Stay on Your Record in Texas?

How Long Does a DWI Stay on Your Record in Texas? People often panic when arrested. It is easy to think the worst. But before giving up hope, let’s put things in perspective. First, remember that being arrested or charged…

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The Difference Between a DWI vs. DUI in Texas

The terms DWI – driving while intoxicated – and DUI – driving under the influence – are often used interchangeably. However, Texas law makes a clear distinction between the two terms. Regardless of the difference, though, if you have been…

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Texas Senate Passes Bill Giving First-Time DWI Offenders an Interlock Option

Texas Governor Greg Abbott will soon face the decision whether to sign a bill creating an ignition interlock device option for first-time recipients of a driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction. The bill recently passed both chambers of the state legislature…

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