Articles Posted in 75 DWI Facts

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  1. A good investigation of the facts.
  2. Vigorous cross-examination.
  3. A sound understanding of constitutional principles.
  4. An attorney who is knowledgeable in the area of Texas DWI law.
  5. An understanding of the practices and procedures of DWI in the county in which you are charged.
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  1. Your itinerary prior to arrest.
  2. Your consumption of alcohol or drugs
  3. Your observations of the officer.
  4. The officer’s stated reasons for stopping you.
  5. Whether the officer asked or ordered you to take roadside tests.
  6. Your performance on roadside tests.
  7. Statements you made to the officer.
  8. What the results were of any breath or blood tests.
  9. Whether there were witnesses to your arrest.
  10. Whether you were observed for 15 minutes prior to a breath test
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  1. They do not have all the witnesses available to prove their case.
  2. The Officer moved or no longer wants to testify
  3. The Witness who "called in" the DWI cannot be found
  4. The "Technical Supervisor" of the breath test is unavailable to testify.
  5. The "Breath Test Operator" is unavailable to testify.
  6. They has exculpatory evidence which would prove your innocence.
  7. They have evidentiary problems in proving your blood alcohol level.
  8. They have evidentiary problems in proving that you lost the normal use of either your mental or physical faculties.
  9. You will receive almost identical punishment if you are found guilty after trial.
  10. If you plea guilty, you will be assessed a $3,000 – $6,000 surcharge by DPS.
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