Blog Posts in 2014

  • Drug Ring That Allegedly Passed Drugs Through San Antonio Gets Busted

    || 15-Aug-2014

    In late June, federal authorities uncovered a large drug ring that was allegedly moving large amounts of cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin throughout San Antonio, according to Local and state officers, federal marshals and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents spread themselves out through Gonzales County in an effort to arrest at least 10 people who had been listed in a ...
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  • Will I Beat a DWI Charge?

    || 2-Apr-2014

    One of the things that most people do not realize is that you can beat a DWI charge. Not even a failed field sobriety test or a breathalyzer test showing a BAC of 0.08% or more is enough to guarantee a conviction. Field sobriety tests are completely subjective. Breathalyzer tests and other types of breath or blood tests can also be inaccurate. An officer who is insufficiently trained, an ...
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  • Does Taking Prescription Drugs Affect My BAC?

    || 24-Mar-2014

    Your BAC, or blood alcohol concentration, is the percentage of alcohol present in your blood at any given time. The more alcohol you have in your system, the greater the chance is that you will become physically and mentally impaired. Drivers who have a BAC level of 0.08% or more can be arrested and charged with DWI. There are many factors that can affect an individual's BAC, above and beyond ...
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  • Can I Go To Jail For A Drug Charge?

    || 13-Mar-2014

    San Antonio is a hot spot for drug activity due to its close proximity to the Mexican border. Local law enforcement officers and federal agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), are quick to respond and act to any reports of drug-related traffic or illegal drug activity. If you suspect you are under investigation or you have been arrested for an alleged drug offense, the legal ...
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  • Can I go to Jail for a DWI?

    || 7-Mar-2014

    If you have been arrested for a suspected DWI, you may be wondering whether you could be sent to jail as part of the terms of your sentence. The answer is yes, even a first-time DWI offender could be required to serve between 3 and 180 days in jail if he or she is convicted. In cases where an accident was caused as a result of an individual driving while intoxicated and other people sustained ...
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  • Solving Crimes with DNA Evidence

    || 11-Feb-2014

    In the past ten years we have seen great advances and a powerful criminal justice tool: deoxyribonucleic acid, otherwise known as DNA. DNA is being used by law enforcement to identify criminals with indisputable accuracy in cases where biological evidence exists. But, DNA can also be used to clear suspects and exonerate individuals who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes they didn't ...
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