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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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Speeding and Weaving through Traffic – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client was leaving The Gaylord Texan Resort after his date on Valentine’s day and was pulled over by Grapevine Police Department for weaving in and out of traffic at a high rate of speed in a Porsche. Grapevine police officers ran our client’s criminal background and saw his prior DWI conviction. Our client was ...

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.14 Breath Test/Alcohol Concentration – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Fort Worth police department pulled our client over for driving the wrong way down a one-way street. The officers asked her if she had been drinking and our client admitted to a few beers and a few shots. This initiated the investigation of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). Our client failed all 3 field sobriety tests ...

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Driving While Intoxicated with Car Accident, Grapevine TX – Found Not Guilty by Jury

Our client flipped his vehicle on the highway coming from Grapevine, Texas. Officers arrived at the scene and required our client to perform field sobriety tests in front of his flipped over vehicle to make sure the accident was visible to any potential jurors in the dashcam video. Our client admitted to the Grapevine police ...

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Tried for Intoxication Manslaughter

Our client was in court accepting probation for possessing a controlled substance. After appearing before the judge and meeting with a probation officer, she drove home. On the way she fell asleep and drifted onto the shoulder of the highway, running over a man who had parked on the shoulder with car trouble, killing him ...

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Not Guilty by Jury After Blowing .14 with Breathalyzer Test

Our client was stopped for a traffic violation and admitted to having a few drinks earlier. The client did okay on the field sobriety tests, but was arrested and submitted to a breathalyzer test – the result was .14. We were able to show the jury how unreliable the breathalyzer is and how the particular ...

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Not Guilty by Jury: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Charge

Our client worked in air conditioning service and repair. He was stopped for a traffic violation and admitted to having a couple of drinks earlier. He did terribly on the DWI sobriety tests and looked to the police and prosecutors to be very intoxicated. He was arrested and charged for DWI. At trial, we were ...

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Not Guilty for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Charge with .20 blood test

Our client was stopped as he pulled into a taco restaurant drive through late in the evening. After admitting that he had a few beers earlier, the police officer had our client do the DWI field sobriety tests. Even though our client did well on those tests, but not perfect, the officer arrested and charged ...

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