Legal Question in Criminal Law in Texas

I got a DWI and I have court today to try to save my license now on the statutory warning it says that the requested my blood but they never had me sign it now also on the notice of suspension temporary driving permit they put that I provided a specimen of breath or blood and an analysis of the specimen showed an alcohol concentration of .0 8 or greater following an arrest but then on my driver's license confiscated they put no and if no explain awaiting results it says but they did keep my license also so can I get out of this with that at least keep my license

Asked on 10/01/13, 7:08 am

1 Answer from Attorneys

Jeffrey Brashear The Brashear Law Firm, PLLC

Based on what you have written, there are many questions associated with DWI cases which require answers prior to being able to give you direction or opinions. First, which court is handling the DWI case? Second, what date were you arrested and/or stopped for alleged DWI? Third, did you request the ALR hearing within the 15 day period as required? Fourth, what specifically happend when the officer stopped you? These are just a few of the initial questions which will require answers to to properly protect you and your interests and rights. You should consider consultating with and having a law firm represent you in this matter because the District Attorney's office will come after you and your freedom. We are available to meet with you and discuss the specific facts associated with your DWI case and assist you with defending the alllegations being made by the DA's office. Should you desire to set up an initial consultation, you may contact us at 281-994-4034 to schedule an appointment.

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Answered on 10/01/13, 9:31 am

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