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Thousands of North Texas DWI convictions could be at risk after the testimony of a state forensic scientist whose work is key to such cases. >> goo.gl/e6B8CK

For information on Texas DWI Defense please visit:
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Commercial drivers who operate in Texas must hold a commercial driver's license (CDL) and they must follow both federal and state laws. Both federal and Texas laws are stricter for commercial drivers than for other drivers regarding alcohol, with lower limits for legal impairment than for other drivers.

http://www.dwicollincounty.com/dwi-charges/commercial-dwi/
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Some people are unaware of the fact that you can receive a #DWI for merely sitting in a parked vehicle in the state of #Texas. While you can still be convicted without being in actual physical control of the vehicle, it is harder for the prosecutor to survive the motion to suppress or get a guilty verdict during trial. Nevertheless, it is crucial to consult with an experienced Collin County defense attorney to help you fight off these allegations.

The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy are highly experienced in fighting against DWI charges and will work hard to build strong defense strategies to provide you with the most favorable outcome.
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If you care caught driving while intoxicated for the first time in Texas, it is usually classified as a Class B misdemeanor. The charge can become a state jail felony if a passenger under the age of 15 is in your vehicle. If convicted, you can face a minimum jail sentence of six months along with the possibility of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services removing the child from your custody.

The attorneys at the Law Office of Richard C. McConathy are not afraid to take on any DWI case, regardless of the complexity, and will fight hard to get the charges dismissed. #DWI #CollinCounty 
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In Texas, it is illegal for a person to knowingly possess an open container of alcohol in a passenger area of a motor vehicle on a public highway. Even if no arrest is made, the offense is considered a Class C misdemeanor and you can be fined up to $500.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy have experience defending the rights of clients facing simple open container charges and more complex open container with DWI charges. They understand the immense amount of stress that comes with any charge and will fight hard on your behalf to get the charges dropped.   #opencontainer  #CollinCounty
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Visit our newly launched website to learn more about your options after an arrest for DWI in Plano and how our team of attorneys can fight to clear your name.
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The Law Offices of Richard C. McConathy maintains a 91% success rate on cases announced for trial since 2002. We're proud to continue protecting the right of our clients in #Plano.
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#Plano  comes in 9th in  WalletHub's list of top places in #Texas to retire. This is based on the amount of doctors and nurses per capita, nice weather, and low violent crime rates. Congrats, Plano!
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The Raymond Robinson Justice Center courthouse in #Plano, Texas. Located at 900 East 15th Street.Photo by David R. Tribble.
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