LexisNexis Practice Guide: Texas Drunk Driving Law
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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Texas Drunk Driving Law is designed to guide you step-by-step through your practice of drunk driving law. The Practice Guide provides comprehensive coverage of the essentials for trial practice, supported by citations to the most relevant state and federal case law, rules, and statutes. This indispensable guidebook for maintaining a successful DWI practice contains numerous sample forms, helpful practice tips, and authoritative resources. Included in the 2023 edition are are new updates covering court reminder programs, the required reporting of bond conditions in cases involving violent crimes, exclusions for discovery violations, and license suspension periods for DWIs involving drugs.
The ISBN for the 2021 edition is 9781663321572.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Driving While Intoxicated
Chapter 2 Client Communications
Chapter 3 Courtroom Demeanor
Chapter 4 ALR Hearing Procedures
Chapter 5 Occupational Driver’s Licenses
Chapter 6 Bonds and Conditions of Release
Chapter 7 Discovery in DWI Case
Chapter 8 Guilty Pleas
Chapter 8A Pretrial Pleadings
Chapter 9 Suppression
Chapter 10 Opening Statement and Closing Argument
Chapter 10A Voir Dire
Chapter 10B Stop and Investigation
Chapter 11 The Breath Test
Chapter 12 The Blood Draw
Chapter 12A Retrograde Extrapolation
Chapter 13 The Charge Conference
Chapter 14 Sentencing and Punishment
Chapter 15 Orders for Non-Disclosure
Chapter 16 Expunctions
Chapter 17 Motion for New Trial and Appeal
Chapter 18 DWI-Marijuana
Chapter 19 Federal DWI
Chapter 20 Felony DWI Generally
Chapter 21 Intoxication Assault
Chapter 22 Intoxication Manslaughter
Chapter 23 Concurrent Civil Litigation
Chapter 24 The Related Family Law Case
Chapter 25 Consequences for Undocumented Aliens and Noncitizens