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AUSTIN TEXAS DRUNK DRIVING
Glove Compartment Guide for Drivers Stopped for DWI in Texas.
a right to:
1. Not answer any questions other than name, date
of birth and address.
2. Refuse to perform roadside tests.
3. Refuse to have your eyes tested.
4. Refuse to blow into a handheld breath tester.
5. Refuse to consent to a breath or blood test, if
you are asked to take one.
6. You should be polite and produce requested
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As I mentioned before in evaluating a Texas Drunk Driving DWI Case and what the
Deciding Factors are. In most Texas DWI cases, there are 3 pieces of evidence
that are open to interpretation of the law.
TEXAS DWI LAW INFORMATION
The police report is only the officer's interpretation.
Were you properly read your Miranda warnings?
Did the police officer stop you for a valid reason?
Were any statements made by you coerced, taken out of context, or
The Intoxilyzer 5000 assumes that everyone has the same blood breath partition
ratio, hematocrit ratio and assumes that all samples are at an air temperature
of 93.2 F. Texas DWI Law does not utilize any methods which would allow for a
retest of samples given. The computer software is proprietary and is not
available to scientific peer review. There are many things which have been shown
to affect a breath test score. These machines are generally not available for
inspections by anyone outside of law enforcement. Texas does not allow for
non-law enforcement or government personnel to become certified as breath test
technical operators. Much of the Texas breath program remains limited to
outsiders despite a generally assumed belief that these machines have undergone
and passed wide general scientific review.
Field Sobriety Tests:
Police make arrests on the basis of probable cause. This is not the same thing
as "beyond reasonable doubt." It is not a police officer's job to determine if
someone is guilty. Many police offers choose to arrest on the basis of caution.
There is much technical training for a police officer in the field of Texas DWI
Law. There is no law in Texas which states they must keep up their training on a
yearly or any other type of basis with respect to standardized field sobriety
training. Many police officers do not make any form of notes on the side of the
road with respect to numerous details. Most police officers do not include
mitigating or exculpatory information in their reports, mainly negative
Where there distractions during the testing? Were you nervous or tired during
If there was a video taping of the event, does it accurately depict your true
state of sobriety at the time, or was it unfairly effected by perhaps traffic,
poor lighting, noise, or lack of sound.
What is your true balance and coordination?
Do you have any physical disabilities that can cause false results?