How to beat a DWI charge in Texas
Every DWI arrest comes with two fundamental elements: reasonable suspicion and probable cause. An officer must have a reasonable suspicion to pull someone over on the roadway. In addition to that, an officer must have probable cause to make an arrest for DWI. There are a number of factors that go into both of these elements.
An experienced DWI attorney will review the elements of both reasonable suspicion and probable cause to determine the weaknesses in the State’s case.
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