When determining whether a motorist has had too much to drink, law enforcement officers measure the amount of alcohol in that person’s system by administering a breath, blood, or urine test. The results, also known as one’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), provides a measurement of the weight of alcohol in a specified volume of blood. […]
Science & DWI
A person charged with drunk driving often thinks they’re facing an open and shut case, and that they’re guilty. This is hardly the case, so long as we don’t forget the science of the matter. Blog posts focused on the scientific side of drunk driving cases and why the accused shouldn’t assume guilt before the science is tested.
After arresting a driver who is suspected of driving while intoxicated, law enforcement officers can ask him or her to submit to a DWI breath test. The results of these tests, however, are not always accurate, so if you were charged with Driving While Intoxicated, you should call a Houston DWI defense attorney who can […]
Scientific evidence is paramount for most of the cases our law firm wins. As a defense attorney serving Greater Houston for over 24 years, I’ve defended thousands of our friends and neighbors charged with DWI, among other criminal offenses, and winning DWI cases can hinge on how well a lawyer is trained to handle evidence. […]
For over 27 years as a blood test expert & DWI attorney in Houston, TX, Tad A. Nelson been asked this question hundreds, and probably more correctly, thousands of times. The answer to the question of “whether or not a blood or breath test administered/forced by police officers proves your guilt” is NO. The Jury […]