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Month: November 2019

When you get arrested for a DWI. The case is prosecuted in the county, not the city.  For example, if you get arrested in North Richland Hills, it will be prosecuted in Tarrant County. If you get arrested in McKinney, it will be prosecuted in Collin County.  There are several cities that cross multiple county […]

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The New York Times says not to trust breath test machines. I agree. There are many problems with breath test machines. They produce an estimate of alcohol based on the universal human being. The problem is there is no such thing. People have varying blood breath partition ratios, hematocrit densities, and breath temperatures. All of […]

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From USA TODAY: Police say people who smoke weed have ‘green tongues,’ though there’s no scientific evidence Police officers across the USA have used the observation as one of several signs to justify probable cause and make arrests in criminal cases. Contributor: Mimi Coffey DWI Attorney In Fort Worth

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The Biggest Misconception in DWI The biggest misconception in a DWI is to correlate a single bad driving behavior with guilt in a DWI. Whether it be a jerk (failure to maintain a single lane), accident (losing control and hitting something like a curb, pole, or another car), or stopping too long at a stop […]

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Sterling Brown is an Associate Attorney in the Fort Worth Office of The Coffey Firm. Sterling has worked for The Coffey Firm for one year. She handles ALR, ODL, Expunctions, and Petitions for Non-Disclosures in Tarrant, Johnson, Parker, Wise, and Ellis Counties. Sterling obtained her undergraduate degree in History with a triple minor in English, Psychology, and Political Science from Angelo […]

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