As a parent in Waco, it is your job to worry about your kids. You understand that outside your doors are a number of things that can cause them harm. You hope that they will recognize any dangers that they encounter, yet because of their inexperience, they may not fully grasp the risks that certain elements pose. The expectation, then, is that those adults who have control over those elements will assist you in protecting your kids from them. Yet does that expectation (or more specifically, a failure to fulfill it) equate to liability?
The common image associated with a charge for driving under the influence of alcohol is a person standing on the side of the road blowing into a hand-held breath measurement device. Indeed, the breathalyzer device has become so symbolic of DUI charges that many in Waco may think that a failed breath test is all that is needed to warrant a conviction. Yet in reality, breathalyzer results can often be disputed.
A DWI is a serious charge. Even if it's the first time you've driven while intoxicated or you weren't over the .08% limit, it's possible to be penalized severely.