Monthly Archives for November 2011

Texas Extreme DWI Law May Have You Think Twice About Drunk Driving

With the holiday season in full swing, Austin, Texas police will be sure to enforce the new “Extreme DWI Law”, that went into effect on September 1st, 2011. Before the new DWI law was passed, motorists that were caught driving under the influence of alcohol with a .08 BAC level and above were only charged with a Class B misdemeanor, facing 6 months maximum jail time. Now if you are charged and arrested for being “extremely drunk”, meaning your blood Read More

Houston Police Officer Arrested for DWI

  A Houston police officer, Roy Alexander Marquez, was involved in an accident in Pasadena early Sunday morning and has been charged with drunken driving and unlawful carrying of a weapon.  Vance Mitchell, public information officer for the Pasadena Police Department, said blood test results showed that HPD Sgt. Roy Alexander Marquez, 37, was intoxicated at the time of an accident he had on Red Bluff and Beltway 8 Sunday October 16th at 1 a.m.   According to the crash Read More

DWI Dangers During Halloween

According to MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving), Halloween is indeed one of the most dangerous holidays for road accidents all across the nation because of drunk driving. Four times more children between the ages of 5 and 14 years old die on Halloween night than on any other night of the year. Much of the increased fatality rate can be blamed on the adults who drive drunk on Halloween night. Just as one would use caution and escort children on their trick-or-treat Read More

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