Jamie Spencer is the Austin DUI Lawyer. He writes on several key DUI topics, including cases involving both breath and blood tests, field sobriety tests, probation and prison, license suspension, traffic stops and others.
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Administrative Law Judges handle all sorts of cases for the State Office of Administrative Hearings – aka SOAH - from the tremendously boring, such as boat motor sales and use tax cases, to the no doubt endlessly fascinating scenarios where a trucking company is alleged to have failed...
Maybe your client is guilty. Maybe it will be easy for the State to prove that your client is guilty. That is, if they can get their witnesses to show up. There are all sorts of reasons that defense lawyers set cases for hearings and trials, not the least of which is that they expect(well…...
From an out of state commenter: I received a summons today to appear in court next week. The papers did not even include what the appearance would be for. I have been on the SCRAM bracelet for two months now. This is the second time that I have been notified of violation of the bracelet. The first...
Just in from a marketer via email, with the title line “Thousands of DUI Defendents are Coming!”: Because we are the #1 Google ranked DUI/DWI website, thousands of DUI/DWI defendents[sic – I couldn’t bring myself to misspell it in the title of my post though] will come to...
Here’s the text of the resolution, along with my running commentary , on last week’s City Council agenda regarding the possibility of Austin police officers - instead of registered nurses or otherwise medically qualified and trained personnel - collecting blood specimens from DWI...
The 911 call: Caller: Somebody's really drunk driving down Granton Road." Dispatch: Okay are you behind them, or... Caller: No, I am them. Dispatch: You am them? Caller: Yes, I am them. Dispatch: Okay so you want to call and report that you’re driving durnk? Caller: Yes. …and...
From the “Tramps Like Us” version of passed-out-while-intoxicated comes this “DWI” arrest out of New Jersey: A Holmdel man was charged with driving while intoxicated after police found him lying on the grass near his parked car, police said today… Officer Paul...
The Dallas Morning News Crime Blog ran a story recently about stepped up DWI enforcement for a holiday weekend: The message: If you drink and drive during the Labor Day holiday, you will go to jail. That's the word from local law enforcement and the Texas Department of Transportation which...
…is to check your iPhone during a break and realize that one of your so-called friends has snapped an unfavorable picture of you crossing a deputy and sent it out via email to everyone you know. I’m blond, so sometimes my hair looks see-though, right? I’m not balding yet, am I?
Proving that the Wichita Falls Times Record News Online is just a little behind what most people would consider news, a few days ago they ran a story titled “First Offense May Require DWI Device”: Repeat drinking and driving offenders in Texas know the hassle that comes with the...