Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)

Driving While Intoxicated

Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) refers to the percent of alcohol (ethyl alcohol or ethanol) in a person’s blood stream. A BAC of .10% means that an individual’s blood supply contains one-part alcohol for every 1000 parts blood. Blood Alcohol Concentration, is a term generally used to determine a person’s intoxication level.  In Texas if your […]

Texas No Refusal Law

Driving While Intoxicated

Is there a no refusal law in Texas? You do not have to provide a sample to a police officer without a warrant.

Dram Shop Laws In Texas

Texas drunk driver

If you have been injured from an accident caused by a drunk driver, the bar that served the alcohol may also be liable.

Drunk Driver In Texas

Driving while intoxicated

What is a drunk driver in Texas?  Most Texan’s like to go out with friends to have dinner and a few drinks.  The key is to know moderation.  Are you ok to driver home?  Should you get a ride home from a friend or to get an Uber? Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Driving while intoxicated […]

What Is SR-22 Insurance

certificate of financial responsibility

What is SR-22 insurance. The State of Texas may require you to obtain a certificate of financial responsibility. This is a SR 22 form.

What Can I Do To Clean A Record Of DWI Conviction?

Driving While Intoxicated

How do you clean a record of a DWI conviction?  No one wants a criminal record.  Unfortunately, people get convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas courts all the time.  Arrests and convictions in Texas are typically public record.  Do you belong to this group of people? It can affect your ability to get […]

One-Leg Stand Test (Field Sobriety Test)

One-Leg Stand Test (Field Sobriety Test)

The One-Leg Stand Test is the third of the standardized field sobriety test used by Texas police.  The tests are to establish intoxication for a charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI). So far, the police officer has had you look at his pen while he waved it back and forth in front of your face.  […]