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  • Breath Test Refusals in Plano, Texas
    Breath Test Refusals in Plano, Texas

    In many states, if a driver is suspected of driving while intoxicated (DWI), or otherwise “under the influence of drugs or alcohol,” there are consequences for refusing a breath test. In Plano and ...

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  • Commerce Secretary Passes Breathalyzer Test
    Commerce Secretary Passes Breathalyzer Test

    The U.S Commerce Secretary John Bryson was suspected of a DUI on June 10 th , after he was involved in a hit-and-run accident in Los Angeles County. DUIs can be embarrassing, but it is even worse when ...

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  • Police Arrest Man after Noticing Signs of Intoxication
    Police Arrest Man after Noticing Signs of Intoxication

    Police arrested a man in Midland, Texas last week for felony DWI and assault. The suspect was not only found to be drunk behind the wheel, but to also have assaulted several members of his family and ...

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  • New Portable Technology to Help Probation Officers
    New Portable Technology to Help Probation Officers

    New technology is being tested by probation officers in the state of Texas this month. A portable breathalyzer machine will help these officers determine whether individuals on probation are following ...

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  • If I Do Consent To Submission Of A Test, Must It Be A Voluntary Consent?
    If I Do Consent To Submission Of A Test, Must It Be A Voluntary Consent?

    As we have previously stated, the law implies a consent to the taking of a breath or blood test if you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated or boating while intoxicated . However, a person ...

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  • What Must The Police Do To Take A Specimen Under The Implied Consent Statute?
    What Must The Police Do To Take A Specimen Under The Implied Consent Statute?

    In order for a police officer to take a specimen, the Texas Transportation Code regulates the manner in which the police act. First, the officer must specify the specimen to be taken--either a breath ...

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