Blog Posts in 2015

  • Ways to Avoid a Holiday DWI Arrest

    For many, the holiday season is a time of family gatherings, feasts, and festive cheer. Unfortunately, an untimely arrest for driving while intoxicated (DWI) can make this time a nightmare. As the eggnog and champagne flow, a greater density of impaired drivers are likely to be on the roads. Consequently, the number of DWI arrests typically skyrockets during the time between Thanksgiving and New ...
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  • Can Text Messages Be Used as Evidence of Guilt in Texas?

    The digital age is here and just about everyone, even young children, communicates largely through text messaging. The practice has become so common that people are even using it to discuss or plot criminal activities, such as drug deals and burglaries. The question that has arisen is whether or not these digital notes can be used as admissible and sufficient evidence in a criminal case. Text ...
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  • Can I Be Convicted of DUI If I Blow Less than 0.08%?

    For many people, Breathalyzer results can seem like the end-all-be-all when it comes to drunk driving. If you blow over the legal limit, there is a higher probability that you will be convicted. But blowing under the legal limit? Surely this equals a "get out of jail free" card, so to speak. Unfortunately, things aren't always as black and white as they appear. Over the years, research has shown ...
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  • Attorney Samuel Terry Chosen as Top Lawyer

    Attorney Samuel Terry, the lead counsel at the Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, has been named in the list of Fort Worth, Texas Magazine 's "Top Lawyers." Fort Worth, Texas Magazine is a publication that has highlighted the most noteworthy developments and events in the city of Fort Worth since it began publication in 1998. Every issue of the magazine is read by tens of thousands of people. To ...
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