DWI Frequently Asked Questions
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When you operate a vehicle, having a clear state of mind is crucial. Police are often on the lookout for people who do not seem to be behaving correctly, and it can be hard to imagine what could have gone differently in those last moments leading up to an arrest for DWI. At the Wilder Law Firm, we understand the difficulty of this situation, and we are here to help. Our award-winning Dallas criminal defense lawyer has the experience your case needs to obtain the best possible outcome.

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Below you will find answers to questions people have asked regarding DWI in Texas. If you have been charged with DWI, give yourself legal representation you can count on. Our firm offers over 20 years of experience to help you build a strong defense. Call today for a free consultation.

The police can never compel a breath test. An officer can compel a blood test only if there has been an accident where serious bodily injury, potential fatality, or death has occurred and the arrested person refused the test.