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  • Bryan-College Station ALR Defense

Administrative License Revocation is often a waiting game. ALR is short for Administrative License Revocation. People get involved in this administrative process after they areRead Article →

Deciding to litigate a DWI first offense has historically been a no-brainer. Unless the prosecutor was willing to reduce charges and offer deferred adjudication on obstructing aRead Article →

Last month we introduced the Read Article →

Prosecutors like to use it. Occasionally, we may like it, too. Retrograde extrapolation is the method by which one estimates a person's BAC at the time of driving based upon a chemical test

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In Brazos County the Department of Public Safety has been using sleight-of-hand to prove up blood test results in ALR failure cases. Their conjuring attempts to correct an evidentiaryRead Article →

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) spent many thousands of dollars on studies to develop a battery of DWI investigation tools called field sobriety tests.<...

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The DWI blood test case is becoming the stock-in-trade of many law enforcement agencies across the state. Whether it's a sample provided voluntarily after arrest, or obtained via search warrant following a refusal, defendingRead Article →

Anticipation is one of the defense lawyer's most effective tools when championing a client's criminal case. Prosecutors also get trained to anticipate us. Following are prosecutor publications written to help them anticipate ourRead Article →

Persons accused of DWI in Bryan-College Station are often subject to "DWI bond conditions" imposed by the judge who set bond after arrest. In cases where the person is alleged to haveRead Article →

Texas lawyers defending DWI breath alcohol testing cases continuously search for ways to attack the Intoxilyzer 5000 and the admissibility of test results. In recent years the Scientific Director of the Texas Breath Alcohol TestingRead Article →

Stephen Gustitis