In the State of Texas, the idea that the State has the right to subject you to a Breath Test is called Implied Consent. When you apply for your license in Texas, you understand that it is against the law to drive with a blood alcohol concentration of more than .08% or more. By the way, this is part of the state’s definition of driving while intoxicated / drunk driving. If you received a DWI charge due to refusal of a breath test, you need a good breath test refusal lawyer in Fort Worth to represent you. Give me a call right away; time is not on your side.
Refusing a Breathalyzer Test usually results in a DWI Charge, a night in jail and forfeiting your Texas State Driver’s license.
Competent DWI Attorney
Is there a good defense for this? The answer is yes. There are always options especially when you have quality representation from a seasoned Fort Worth Attorney building a breath test refusal case for you.
The Law Offices of Paul Previte has been helping DWI clients since 1994. I was the chief prosecutor for 16 cities in the Tarrant County area. I am trained and certified to perform the Field Sobriety Tests that police officers perform. I will be your personal DWI defense lawyer. You will not get traded off to an associate attorney that doesn’t have the experience that you need to properly defend your case. Give me a call today. I am not able to influence improperly or upon irrelevant grounds any tribunal, legislative body, or public official, but I will help you set up a solid breath test refusal case in Fort Worth!