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| DWI Facts
In most Texas DWI cases, there are 3 pieces of evidence open to one
interpretation of the law, include breath test/chemical tests were the regulations followed?
What is the validity due to lack of
Texas Criminal Defense Trial Attorneys
drive after losing your license, you will be arrested for a new
criminal charge, your license can be suspended for additional
time, and the fact you drove while your license was suspended may
be admissible in your DWI case.
If you are here on a
visa, you could be deported, if you drive without a license.
What can I do to
save my license?
1. First and foremost, hire an experienced attorney. There
are many factors to consider.
2. Request a hearing and request the officer's presence. It
will give you a preview of a trial, a rarity in criminal cases. If
you hire us, we will ensure that the officer who conducted any
field sobriety tests and the officer who pulled you over show up
and justify their actions. Other officers may be subpoenaed. The
breath test supervisor can be forced to show up and justify the
results of any breath test.
3. The license hearings are conducted under strict rules
and you can win if D.P.S. does not follow the rules.
4. If a blood test, retest the sample. Testing errors may
save your license.
5. Investigate the adequacy of the stop. The officer must
have had a reasonable suspicion that a crime or traffic infraction
was being committed.
6. Investigate the adequacy of the arrest and request for a
test. The officer must have developed a reasonable belief that you
were impaired by alcohol.
7. Check the times of events. Officers must perform the
tests within certain guidelines.
8. Check the labeling of the sample. It must be identified
as being yours.
|Stephen L. Hamilton, P.C.
Attorney At Law
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Lubbock, TX 79401
Phone (806) 794-0DWI
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