Do not reveal facts regarding your case here because statements made here are not privileged. This website is best for general advice and assistance in finding a lawyer. You should contact an attorney to speak about your case as soon as you can. It's good that you have already requested an ALR hearing. Review your request and make sure you complied with the requirements stated in the notice of suspension you received.
Don't post anything further regarding the facts of your case. You are absolutely correct in hiring an attorney. Hire someone that is experienced in trying DWI cases. Many attorneys in you area, like myself, offer free consultations. I handle DWI cases throughout central Texas. Feel free to call.
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The police can't explain your rights to you regarding whether you will or will not take a BT. Even innuendo can get a breath test thrown out in some cases.
Otherwise, I recommend Jamie Balagia. He goes by "The DWI Dude"... need I say more?
The best thing to do now is hire a qualified DWI defense lawyer to assist you. Do not delay as you may unknowingly waive important rights to administrative discovery through the ALR process.
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