Law Office of Jim MedleyCriminal Lawyer in Houston, Texas
Almost inevitably, a DWI will adversely affect your ability to drive. But in almost all cases, it’s possible to reduce or even eliminate these negative consequences. For more, read our latest blog post:
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In many cases, defendants believe that there is no hope of winning and so there is no point in trying. These defendants place themselves at a significant disadvantage, making a bad situation even worse.
Although most drivers provide a breath or blood chemical sample, many DWI cases rely exclusively on circumstantial evidence, which is always subject to interpretation.
Read our new blog post to learn how you can win a circumstantial evidence DWI case:
Typically, an officer sees a criminal offense, and that sight constitutes reasonable suspicion. But in other cases, the stop is easier to challenge!
Another cop who should be in the unemployment line.
At first blush, Breathalyzer results appear to be insurmountable evidence of guilt. However, there may be other challenges available:
Texas Man Buys Tank, Parks It in Ritzy Houston Neighborhood
DWI roadblocks have had an up-and-down legal history over the past several decades. To find out if DWI checkpoints are legal in Texas, read our latest blog post: