We Know Collin County DWI Procedures
Prosecutors will try to prove a Collin County DWI either through an officer's belief that the driver does not have the normal use of mental or physical faculties because of the introduction of a substance, or because the driver has an alcohol concentration of .08 or greater. One way officers can attempt to determine that the driver does not have the normal use of their faculties is through standardized field sobriety tests. Our attorneys are familiar with these tests and use our experience to help you in determining if the tests were administered correctly.
To determine if you have an alcohol concentration of .08 or greater, an officer will need you to provide a breath or blood sample. Many people ask us if they are required to perform the field sobriety tests or provide a sample of their breath or blood. We at Andor, Goheen, O’Toole, Wadas, and Gonzalez P.L.L.C. don't recommend providing either.
Here for You Through It All
- ALR Hearings
- Occupational Licenses
- Blood Alcohol + Drugs
Effective, Personal Representation for Collin County DWI Cases
Due to the complexities of Texas DWI cases, especially Collin County DWI cases, you and your loved ones should know that the attorney you selected has the experience, knowledge, compassion, and desire to help you through this charge. The attorneys at Andor, Goheen, O’Toole, Wadas, and Gonzalez P.L.L.C. pride themselves on providing excellent, personal service to each client. When you work with us, we will handle your case from the arrest through any potential ALR hearing, the discovery process, trial, and sentencing.