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Recent Posts in DWI

  • 14-Nov-2013

    Common DWI Defenses

    Being charged with a DWI in Texas can not only be frightening but also quite frustrating. This is especially true if you were falsely accused and arrested for drunk driving. Texas is known for their high rate of DWI arrests, which is due in part to ...
  • 7-Nov-2013

    Why Are DWI Hearings in Texas So Important?

    After a DWI arrest, you will take part in a DWI (ALR) hearing, which is prior to the actual arraignment. No charges will be laid out during this preliminary hearing. This hearing is more of an opportunity for some or all of your charges to be ...
  • 20-Aug-2012

    Case Results: Client Tested BAC Level of 0.11% DWI Charges Dismissed

    At the D’Amore Law Firm, we have successful helped another client have their charges for a DWI dropped completely. After being pulled over by a police officer, our client was tested with a blood alcohol content level of 0.11% and arrested for ...
  • 12-Nov-2010

    Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences

    Difference Between Consecutive and Concurrent in Texas Concurrent sentences allow those convicted and sentenced of a crime to serve multiple sentences at the same time, while consecutive means they must serve the sentences one after another. ...
  • 8-Nov-2010

    Barton DWI Trial To Start Today

    John Patrick Barton, 30, of Louisville is set to stand trial this week for two (2) counts of murder and three (3) counts of intoxicated assault with a motor vehicle related to a car crash that killed Kandace Hull (age 33) and her daughter Autumn ...
  • 29-Jul-2010


    Yesterday’s blog entry explained the definition of “Intoxication” in the Texas Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) section of the Texas Penal Code. Among other things, we explained that a person can be convicted of DWI ...
  • 28-Jul-2010

    How Texas Defines "Intoxication"

    It is important to know how Texas Law defines "Intoxication" in it's Driving While Intoxicated statute. Understanding what it means to be "Intoxicated" under Texas Law will help you work more effectively with your criminal ...

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