Friday, August 03, 2007

New Texas DWI law blogger

Thanks to Jamie Spencer at the Austin DWI blog for letting us know that:

Hunter Biederman has just launched his Frisco DWI Lawyer blog, and he has certainly started it off with a bang. For those of you that don’t know, Frisco is north of Dallas, Texas.

Among other topics, he’s already posted about:

Texas DWI Lawyers, criminal defense lawyers, law bloggers and anyone else interested can subscribe to his blog at this link. Based on the start, I'm looking forward to reading more of his posts.


John_David_Galt said...

I followed the link you labeled "If Police Refuse Field Sobriety Tests, Shouldn't You?" and it doesn't match the article it points to. The article tells the story of a police officer who refused the CHEMICAL test (and turned in his badge) after being stopped for DUI.

I would like to see an article about Field Sobriety Tests, if there is one.

Gritsforbreakfast said...

JDG, I'm not sure if it's what you're looking for, but let me suggest you start at Larry Taylor's shop over at the DUI blog.

Anonymous said...

Driving while intoxicated is an interesting dilemma. If in fact the individual is intoxicated, the probably of injury or death to another person is high. If the individual isn't intoxicated but is still driving recklessly, the risk is still there. Temporary restriction on driving is a preventive measure.