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Houston DWI Lawyer Chris Samuelson Publishes Article on Blood Testing

Chris Samuelson – founding attorney at The Samuelson Law Firm – has become known as an authority on the subject of DWI defense. He has authored many articles on the subject and has ...
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When Does a DWI Become a Felony in Houston?

In a majority of DWI cases, drivers will face misdemeanor allegations. Depending on the circumstances involved, misdemeanors can subject convicted individuals to serious penalties that include large ...
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Not Hiring a DWI Attorney Can Cost You

Driving under the influence is an action that is taken very seriously by law enforcing officials, and it is their aim to find those individuals and make them suffer the fullest consequence of the law. ...
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