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Woman making a face at a breathalyzer in a car

After failing a field sobriety test and ending up in jail, many Texas drivers might feel their best option is to accept a guilty plea and move on. After all, the police have “proof” that your blood alcohol content was above the legal limit, right? Wrong. You should always fight a DWI charge.

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Glasses with alcohol with keys sitting next to them

Even a first-time conviction can involve jail time, heavy fines, suspension of your license, mandatory alcohol education, and the installation of a device on all of your vehicles that prevents you from driving them if you’ve been drinking.

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Glass of alcohol sitting next to keys

According to statistics from the Texas Department of Transportation, there were about 53 total crashes involving drivers under the influence of alcohol in Bryan, Texas in 2019. If convicted, the offender could be facing severe penalties, including hefty fines, a lengthy jail or prison sentence, drivers license revocation or suspension, and other life-altering ramifications.

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The process of establishing paternity means to determine the legal father of a child, along with the rights and obligations that come with that moniker.

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Great news for Texas: the statewide stay at home order that Governor Greg Abbott issued last month will expire as scheduled at midnight on Thursday April 30, 2020!

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The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides quite a few important rights to Americans that have been accused of committing a crime.

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