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Case Wins

DWI w/ BAC O/.15 – Not Guilty by Jury

Our client was filmed weaving for over four minutes before being pulled over by the Hurst Police Department. The Hurst Police Officers detected alcohol odor and claimed that during the field sobriety tests, our client’s speech was slurred and his balance and walk were swayed. He was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and the officers ...

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.14 BAC DWI-Misdemeanor Repetition – Not Guilty by Judge

Our client was asleep in his car on the side of the highway when Mansfield Police Officers did a welfare check and ended up detaining him. He later failed all roadside field sobriety tests and the officers determined he was highly intoxicated and arrested him for suspicion of DWI. The officers later secured a search ...

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.163 DWI w/ BAC>.15= NOT GUILTY

Multiple 911 calls were made because of our client’s driving. According to the testimony, she hit the curb twice, drove into oncoming traffic, and drove through an electrical pole and a mailbox. At trial, 2 of the civilian witnesses were called by the State to testify about our client’s intoxication. They described her driving behavior ...

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.15 Mistrial -> Reduction

Our client was charged with DWI w/ BAC >.15 and needed to go to trial to keep the DWI off her record. The police officer testified he followed our client after she pulled out of the bar parking lot and saw her weaving in and out of her lane many times. After numerous swerving incidents, ...

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.14 Directed Verdict – Not Guilty

Our client was detained after having hit a barrier and flipped his truck on the highway. The officers said the client had slurred speech, unsteady balance, and smelled like alcohol. He was arrested on scene for DWI. After refusing to give a breath or blood test, the officers got a warrant for the client’s blood. ...

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Driving While Intoxicated with a .33 blood test – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client, a 25-year-old male, was charged with DWI with BAC over .15 with an open container. The police officer was called out to investigate an intoxicated driver. Client was pulled over for speeding, failure to maintain single lane, and weaving. Officer smelled alcohol on our client and said he had bloodshot watery eyes & ...

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2nd Driving While Intoxicated with .32 BAC, Dallas, TX – Motion to Suppress Won & Dismissed by Judge

Our client was only 30 years old and arrested for DWI-2nd in Dallas County. She was detained in a parking lot outside of a bar at 2:30 a.m. After failing the field sobriety tests, the police officer got a warrant for her blood. The results were .32. Four times the legal limit! There was a ...

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Driving While Intoxicated with a .11 breath test – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client came in contact with Keller Police Officers at a party. The police officers watched her drive away and then later pulled her over for suspension of underage drinking. Officers quickly turned the detention into a DWI investigation. Our client failed all three field sobriety tests. During trial, the Police Officers admitted on the ...

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.14 blood sample – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client was seen by Crowley Police Officers leaving a bar and subsequently weaving between his lane of traffic. Our client was pulled over for failing to maintain a single lane. He admitted to having 5 alcoholic beverages. Once ordered out of the vehicle, our client performed 3 roadside field sobriety tests; failing two of ...

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.17 Blood Specimen and Car Accident – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client side-swiped another vehicle in front of a police car, then was attempting to pull over to a safe location, and the Fort Worth police officer accused her of failing to stop at an accident. Once pulled over, the police officer asked her if she had been drinking. She admitted to 5 drinks. She ...

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