Were you subjected to a blood test after a DWI or DUI stop? Police use blood tests to determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). In Texas, if the test reveals that your BAC is .08% or more, you are legally intoxicated and can be arrested for drunk driving.
DWI And DUI Charges In Texas Must Be Taken Seriously
A drunk driving charge can affect your entire future. If you are a college student or are underage, a DWI/DUI conviction can impair your eligibility for financial aid and your future employment opportunities. If your job requires a clean driving record, you can lose your job. A skilled defense attorney can help you.
Providing You With A Skilled Defense To Drunk Driving Charges
At the Law Offices of Anthony B. Cantrell, we are skilled at defending Texans from drunk driving charges based on DWI blood test results. Our attorney has more than 20 years of experience representing countless clients charged with driving while intoxicated and driving under the influence in Texas. We know how to poke holes in the evidence against you, and we will ask all the right questions to help you avoid a conviction, such as:
- Was there a valid reason to pull you over?
- Was your breath or blood test administered incorrectly?
- Was the testing equipment faulty?
- Were you the subject of an illegal search or seizure?
There are many ways your blood test can give a wrong result or be read incorrectly by the police. Only an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer can provide you with the defense you need to protect your future.
Let Us Help You Today
If you have been arrested for drunk driving, the sooner you contact the Law Offices of Anthony B. Cantrell, the faster we can help you. Send us an email or call us at 210-888-9653 in San Antonio, 830-606-0222 in New Braunfels or toll free at 866-604-7814 from anywhere in Texas. We will work aggressively for you. Spanish translation is available upon request.