Yes, because the state of Texas recognizes priors incurred in other states.
Hiring an attorney is the best way to get out of your DWI charges.
Research has shown that a 0.08 percent blood alcohol concentration is the maximum amount of alcohol that a person can have in their system before they become too impaired to drive safety.
The standard of “normal” is again referring to the state a person is in without impairement.
Those who have been pulled over and arrested for drunk driving may be taken to jail, but can be released pending bail. Judges are imposing exceptional bail conditions.
No, you cannot be forced to take a breath test. However, Texas is an implied consent state, those who are asked to provide a breath test to a police officer with risk having their licenses suspended if they refuse. A blood test, however, can be forced upon you. As this type of test becomes more and more prevalant, new defenses must be incorporated to prevent admission of this evidence.
Yes. Because Texas is an implied consent state, those who refuse a breath or blood test will have their license automatically suspended. You do have the right to a hearing.