No Go: Texas Says Per SE DWI Search Law Not Constitutional

First, a little background before we take you into the nitty-gritty of how this all worked out in Texas. In Missouri v. McNeely (2013), the United States Supreme Court gave all states the power to decide how they each would protect the constitutional rights of people suspected of DWI. Texas’ own interpretation of that law […]

Did You Know a DWI in Texas Ruins Your Credit?

…As if thousands of dollars in fines, jail time, public humiliation, and the loss of your job weren’t enough! Oh, and then you have car impound fees, bail, court costs, higher auto insurance premiums, and charges for alcohol education classes. You might also face community service time and have to use an ignition interlock device… […]