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There is a Texas-based story about a DWI that will not quit. In 2013 a very prominent prosecutor in charge of a public integrity unit inside the district attorney’s office was arrested for DWI. But that was not the biggest part of the story. This particular prosecutor was filmed while at the police station, was seen making threats, and otherwise trying to use her authority to make the situation better for herself.
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In the battle for constitutional rights and limits put on the way police officers conduct business, another state supreme court has ruled that forced blood draws in connection with a DWI investigation is unconstitutional.This time it was Idaho that struck down a police practice that more and more is being rules as violating our constitutional rights.
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Thailand has the second worst record in the world for traffic fatalities. During the annual Songkran holiday, hundreds of thousands of Thais take to the streets to return to their towns and villages to celebrate the seven-day holiday. While the majority of the vehicles on the road are motor bikes – many drivers and passengers do not wear helmets. Thai officials call the seven-day holiday “Seven Days of Danger.” More than two people die and 160 ar...
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Teens and young adults are prone to making poor decisions at times. At that young age the human brain is not developed to a point where older adult brains are, and as a result, best decision making has not set in yet. Sadly, one poor decision in youth can impact the rest of life if not checked and corrected. Worse, being falsely accused in younger years can have the same result.
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Increasingly, scrutiny and attention is being paid to the criminal justice system that continues to convict and sentence offenders across the country. Nowhere is this scrutiny more on display than what recently happened in North Carolina involving a particular police officer and over 100 DWI cases.
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There are constant stories in the news about people being arrested for DWI while in the control of a car, but a news report out of Detroit is telling the story of a DWI of a different kind. According to reports, a pilot for a well-known airline company was recently arrested on suspicion of having a blood alcohol level over the legal limit.
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An interesting case about DWIs recently came out of Michigan. In that case, the state’s court of appeals was tasked with determining whether a man could be convicted of DWI for driving under the influence in his own driveway. The case was appealed after the case was dismissed at trial level.
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Two children from Nebraska on a driving trip with their father in Colorado earlier this month texted 911 to report that their father appeared to be driving drunk. Ages 14 and 12, the oldest child asked her father to stop driving because she felt he was drunk. The father continued to drive. The same child warned her father that if his driving did not improve she would contact 911. The father continued to drive. When the father swerved into the nea...
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It was the case heard round the world. News outlets, blogs, and websites across the country reported the news of a teen who got probation after being accused of driving under the influence and getting in an accident that ended four lives. It was not the sentence or story itself that caused the national attention, but the defense used by the teen’s attorney in the case.
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The California Supreme Court recently upheld the murder conviction of a man accused and convicted of DWI in that state. The controversial call comes after a California court years ago ruled that person must intend to kill someone to be convicted of murder. Now this man will spend 81 years to life behind bars for murder.
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This will prove to be a historical year for the U.S. Supreme Court and its DWI jurisprudence. There are three cases now before the case that will answer the question of whether a state can make it a crime to refuse a warrantless blood or breathalyzer test. Currently, Minnesota and North Dakota are among the states where it is illegal to refuse such tests.
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Austin area news outlets are reporting that a driver-for-hire was recently arrested and charged with DWI while on the job. This is a new risk in our technology driven world, and a reason drivers working from their phones to make extra money should be extra vigilant in preventing or fighting DWI charges.
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3131 McKinney Ave Suite 610 Dallas, TX 75204
3131 McKinney Avenue Suite 610USTexasDallas75204
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Have you been arrested for DWI in Dallas? You should consider getting in touch with a proven attorney at The Wilder Law Firm. The team has more than 20 years of experience representing the criminally accused, and they have fought for the rights of countless Texans. The lead attorney is a former prosecutor with an extensive insight into how the state of Texas tries DUI charges. He has also been selected for inclusion in the list of Texas Super Lawyers® for 2012 and 2013, and recognized as one of the “Best Lawyers Under 40” by D Magazine. Mr. Wilder maintains a Superb 10.0 perfect rating on Avvo.com, a recognition of his commitment to client advocacy. The firm also represents clients accused of other crimes, including but not limited to assault, drug crimes and burglary.

Call (214) 741-4000 today to schedule a no-obligation, complimentary consultation.

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