and should it be on record with the courtthat has the case also i was rearrested for the same charge after 120 days then given my indictment to sign
It sounds like this is a felony DWI charge (which happens where a person has two or more prior convictions or has someone under 15 in the car when arrested for DWI). Texas law gives the prosecutors three years from the date of the incident to secure an indictment (Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 12.01). They cannot get a continuance on this time limit but the limit may be tolled (that is, paused) if certain actions are taken by the defendant (usually, the filing of certain motions).
You should speak with a local criminal defense attorney to clarify these questions.
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