Debunking the Results of a Roadside Breathalyzer Test

If you have been arrested for DWI in Texas, due to a positive roadside breathalyzer test, your first and most effective line of defense is to engage the services of an aggressive Houston DWI attorney. From the moment you are pulled over and subjected to field sobriety tests and a roadside breathalyzer test, your freedom and your… Read more »

When Should I Take a DWI Plea Bargain?

If you have recently been arrested for drunk driving in Texas, it is imperative that you retain the help of a Houston DWI attorney from Jim Medley & Associates, P.C. before attempting to negotiate a plea agreement with the prosecution. While this may ultimately be the most practical course of action, you should not hesitate to… Read more »

When Would a DWI Stop be Unlawful in Texas?

In the state of Texas, law enforcement officers cannot stop drivers at their own discretion. Rather, they must have reasonable suspicion or probable cause to conduct an initial traffic stop, whether they believe that the driver is impaired by the effects of alcohol and/or drugs or they have reason to believe that the driver has… Read more »

What Happens When You Have Too Many Traffic Offenses?

If you are found guilty of a traffic offense, you can end up obtaining points on your driving record. When you reach a certain number of points (or even just a certain number of traffic offenses), you can end up having your driver’s license suspended and can be assessed expensive surcharges. When this happens in the Houston, Texas… Read more »

Avoiding Conviction Through Deferred Disposition

In certain types of criminal cases that involve more minor offenses, it might be possible for the defendant to try and avoid a conviction through a deferred disposition, or a suspended sentence. It is important for individuals who are facing criminal charges to be fully aware of how this process works, when the option might… Read more »