Do I Have To Take A Breath Or Blood Test?When it comes to drunk driving, Texas is an ‘implied consent’ state. What this means is that, if an officer lawfully pulls you over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI), they can compel you to take a breath test or blood test to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). If you refuse to submit to such testing, your license will be automatically suspended, and it is likely you will find yourself in jail. As such, many views implied consent as forced consent. Yet there is a great deal that can go wrong with roadside tests. Their results can be skewed. They can be administered improperly. At times, authorities may not have had proper grounds to pull you over in the first place. With this in mind, if you have been arrested on DWI charges, it’s important to work with a lawyer who can challenge the prosecution and assert your rights. The attorneys at Kyle Law Firm can help. Based in New Braunfels, and serving throughout the region, we have more than 60 years of combined experience defending individuals against drunk driving charges and exposing the problems with roadside tests. We know how to reduce the penalties our clients face, help them keep their driver’s licenses and seal their records so that any history of drunk driving is concealed.
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