Common Questions And Answers About Texas DWI

How Is A DUI Defined In The State of Texas?

In Texas, they refer to them as DWIs. DWI is defined as the loss of your physical faculties and/or your mental faculties and/or a blood or breath alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher.

In DWI Cases, Do Most People Have A High Blood Alcohol Concentration Level Or Are They Typically Closer To The Legal Limit Of 0.08%?

It varies from person to person, but a lot of cases are very close to the 0.08% legal limit.

How Often Are Astronomical Numbers Seen That Are Doubles Or Triple BAC Levels?

They are seen quite often. The 0.11s or even the 0.21s are quite often.

What Is The Lookback Period In DWI Cases In Texas?

If someone had a DWI in the State of Texas, it stays on their record forever. There is no magic number of ten years that a DWI will be taken off your record automatically.

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