Challenging Blood and Breath Tests in Texas DWI Arrests
When you are pulled over and suspected to be driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, a breath or blood test may be administered to determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level. If your BAC is greater than .08 percent, you will be charged with a DWI offense in the state of Texas, and you could face significant criminal penalties as a result.
If you have been arrested for a DUI or DWI, and a blood or breath test was used to gather evidence against you, it is important to talk with a blood and breath test attorney about your rights. At the Shapiro Law Firm, our defense lawyers can help you protect your driving privileges and your future. We will investigate whether the stop was legal and whether law enforcement officials infringed upon your rights when gathering evidence, including the administration of breath and blood tests.
Dedicated DWI Representation in Collin County and Dallas-Fort Worth
In Dallas-Fort Worth, Collin County and throughout Texas, the penalties are severe for a DWI of DUI conviction, even for a first-time offense. These penalties may include a suspended or revoked driver’s license, expensive fines and community service. Multiple offenses and felony DWIs can even carry jail time upon a conviction.
By properly evaluating the options you have in criminal defense, you can reduce or eliminate the penalties you are facing, while feeling confident that your best interests are being looked after by an experienced Texas DUI defense attorney. For more than 40 years, the lawyers at the Shapiro Law Firm have provided skilled criminal defense in the state of Texas, and we have obtained many successful outcomes for our clients who have been charged with DWI/DUI offenses.
Call for a Consultation With a Collin County DUI Defense Attorney
If you have been arrested for a DWI or other drunk driving offense in Texas, we can help. Contact our Plano blood and breath test lawyers online or call 972-468-0716 to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.