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Day: July 9, 2019

Blood and breath results are not “proof.”

Although they are often seen as golden pieces of evidence that DWI cases hang on, blood alcohol tests and breath tests are not always accurate at determining your level of intoxication. Blood samples go through many different hands and there is always a chance that the specimen taken from you could be contaminated. Blood and […]

Sobriety tests are not “proof.”

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs) are often used by prosecutors as undeniable proof that a defendant was drunk at the time of the arrest. But experts in DWI defense know better. In many cases, sobriety tests are simply balanced exercises that are administered in order to gather evidence that Austin police can use against you. […]