Bexar County released alarming statistics that alcohol-related driving fatalities tripled since 2013, according to a KSAT report. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also noted that Texas has 2.1 percent of adults who reported driving after drinking too. . .
Don’t Let Your Future Be Destroyed During The Holidays According to a 2015 article in Men’s Health, San Antonio ranks 17th in the nation of DUI related deaths and 27th in DUI arrests. It only takes a second to make. . .
It’s common knowledge that when you are pulled over for DWI, you will be tested, either through a breath test or a blood draw, to determine your overall blood alcohol content (BAC). But how exactly do those tests work? We’ll. . .
If you are stopped for DWI in Texas, law enforcement officers will ask that you perform certain field sobriety tests. One of the first things to remember is that you do not have to do them! You can refuse and. . .
In Texas, driving while intoxicated is defined as being behind the wheel, while under the influence of alcohol or any other controlled substance. Law enforcement officers are trained to use your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to determine whether you are. . .