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- ARE YOU ALLOWED TO RECORD THE POLICE? June 18, 2020ARE YOU ALLOWED TO RECORD THE POLICE? Yes! If you observe or have an interaction with a police officer you may record them. There is no expectation of privacy by a police officer who is conducting his work in public. If you are not interfering… The post ARE YOU ALLOWED TO RECORD THE POLICE? appeared […] The post ARE YOU ALLOWED TO RECORD THE POLICE? appeare […]
- What Happens When You Get a DUI Under 21 in Dallas, Texas April 6, 2020What Happens When You Get a DUI Under 21 in Dallas, Texas Drinking and driving, no matter who you are or what your age, is dangerous and should be avoided at all costs. In the state of Texas, there is a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to minors under the age of 21 who are […] The post What Happens When You Get a DUI Under 21 in Dallas, Texas appeared fir […]
- Texas DWI Petition for Nondisclosure December 18, 2017Beginning September 1, 2017, a new Texas law gives many first-time DWI offenders an opportunity to seal the conviction from their record. Call (713) 429-4400 to speak to Attorney Matt DeLuca about your options. The new law allows those who qualify the opportunity to file a petition for nondisclosure. If granted, the nondisclosure would seal […] The post Tex […]Matt DeLuca
- Standard Field Sobriety Tests December 1, 2014I’m a bit skeptical about Field Sobriety Tests… The Standard Field Sobriety Tests (SFST) consists of 3 tests that a police officer will ask you to take if he suspects you of driving while intoxicated in the State of Texas. These 3 tests are: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) Testing, Walk and Turn, and One Leg […] The post Standard Field Sobriety Tests appeare […]Matt DeLuca
- ARE YOU ALLOWED TO RECORD THE POLICE? June 18, 2020