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What are DWI Roadblocks? DWI roadblocks or sobriety checkpoints are police dragnets along a road or a highway in which police officers will cursorily examine all drivers for signs of intoxication. Police compel drivers to roll down their windows and...

May 21, 2015 Read More...

TXDOT DWI Program Tries to Reach Young Male Hispanics Across Texas, a statewide DWI prevention campaign is getting fired up again. The Texas Department of Transportation has run many DWI prevention campaigns throughout the years. TXDOT spends a lot of...

May 21, 2015 Read More...

Texas House Passes Anti-Texting and Driving Law The Texas House of Representatives just passed a bill making it illegal to text while driving. House Bill 80 will now be sent to the Senate for consideration. The penalty for violators would be a Class C...

May 21, 2015 Read More...

Dallas Police Sergeant on Administrative Leave after Fabricated Testimony during DWI Trial Stephen Baker, a 21-year veteran of the Dallas police department, is facing discipline after he stubbornly lied about why he pulled over a motorist. In 2012,...

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The Benchmark of Evidence in Criminal Cases Called into Question According to a New York Times article, scientists in Israel have shown that DNA evidence can be falsified and misrepresented. This has resulted in much head scratching about what has to...

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One controversial aspect of the marijuana legalization debate centers on the impact marijuana has on driving a car. The states that have legalized personal use have drawn a hard line on driving and marijuana, criminalizing trace amounts of THC in the...

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Disastrous Drug Arrests Cheese. Maple Syrup. Tortillas. The Crushed-Up Corner of a Pop Tart. A Jolly Rancher. An article appearing on Slate details eight incidents across the country involving controlled substances that—when tested in a crime...

May 21, 2015 Read More...

How the Grand Jury System in Texas Works Grand juries have been in the news often in the last year. And Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson wants to change the method Texas uses to select grand jurors to serve. So how do grand juries...

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