Texas statutes are some of the toughest on record when it comes to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Texas roadways are some of the busiest in the country. What that amounts to is a high number of traffic accidents and fatal collisions. Alcohol or illegal drugs are the suspected root cause for several of these accidents. The only state with more traffic accidents than Texas is California. As a result of all of these factors, law enforcement in the Lone Star State can pull you over and arrest you based on suspicion-and suspicion alone-of drunk driving. So if you get pulled over for suspicion of a DWI or DUI, do you have to take the field sobriety test? This article will answer that question. Read More...
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