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How Does a Bail Bond Work in Bexar County?

The misconception is that bail bond companies can go to a judge and say “judge please set a bond on this person.” Only an attorney will communicate with the court, once they are retained of course, and get a bond set for you…

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Differences Between DUI and DWI

Differences Between DUI and DWI It is a common misunderstanding that Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is the same thing as Driving Under the Influence (DUI). In some states this may be true, however in Texas, these are two distinct crimes. To add to the confusion, even attorneys and judges in Texas will often be heard…

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How Will a Texas DWI Conviction Affect My License?

How Will a Texas DWI Conviction Affect My License? You’re likely to face several penalties if convicted of a DWI in Texas. One of the consequences many people worry about is what will happen to their driver’s license; they want to know if it will be suspended and for how long. As you can imagine…

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Understanding the Implied Consent Law in Texas

Two common questions that drivers have are: “What do I do if I am pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving?” and “Should I take the breathalyzer and/or blood test if an officer asks me?”

Before anyone finds themselves facing this dilemma, it’s important that residents of Texas are aware that our state abides by a law known as “Implied Consent.” Learn more…

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What is Non-Disclosure?

What is Non-Disclosure? If a court case against you was dismissed, it can be frustrating when it still shows up on your record and prevents you from moving on with your life. If you’re unable to get your case expunged completely, a worthy alternative is seeking an Order of Non-Disclosure. An Order of Non-Disclosure in…

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No Drunk Driving Deaths at 2014 San Antonio Fiesta

No Drunk Driving Deaths at 2014 San Antonio Fiesta The city of San Antonio, Texas is reporting that there were no drunk driving related deaths at their annual Fiesta spring festival for the fourth year in a row. Street festivals at which alcohol is served are unfortunately notorious for resulting in drunk driving or accidents…

The Problem with Standardized Field Sobriety Tests

The Problem with Standardized Field Sobriety Tests Field Sobriety Tests No one likes to be pulled over by the police, and it can be especially unnerving to be asked to step out of the car on suspicion of drinking. Many people are familiar with field sobriety tests, which ideally would be a foolproof way to…

DWI and Texas Driver’s License Suspension

DWI and Texas Driver’s License Suspension If you have been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated in Texas, there’s chance that your driver’s license will be suspended. For individuals who are arrested for alcohol related offenses there are two types of suspensions: administrative suspensions imposed by the Texas Department of Public Safety and court ordered suspensions…

How Can You Defend Someone Who’s Guilty?

How Can You Defend Someone Who’s Guilty? Why Criminal Defense? I’m often asked “How can you defend someone who’s guilty of a crime?” My first response to the question is “How do you know someone’s guilty?” In the United States there have been 303 individuals who were convicted by a judge or a jury and…

Tips On Avoiding a DWI Charge

Tips On Avoiding a DWI Charge 90% of defendants charged with a DWI were not initially stopped by an officer because of suspicion of intoxication. Obviously, the best decision is to not drive if you have been drinking. However, as long as you have not reached the point of intoxication, you may legally choose to…

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