You should definitely have an attorney for this charge. If you already do, why are you asking this question here? It should be directed to him/her.Ask a similar question
Not storing blood at the proper temparature can affect the accuracy of your BAC score. This is fodder for cross examination at trial. It goes to the weight of the blood evidence, not its admissibility.
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You might want to call one of the top DWI attorneys in the Houston area. Mark Thiessen is a good one. Or you might call Gary Trichter.
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I may be mistaken here, but are you currently represented by counsel? Are you actually in trial now ? These questions should be directed to your attorney. That attorney knows your case better than any of us do, and can tell you what effect the Troopers testimony has on his or her overall trial strategy. Presumably, your lawyer knew this fact from per-trial discovery. I hope you feel that you can talk to your lawyer about this issue.You are,after all, in the trenches together right now. Good luck.
James R. "Jim" Butler,Houston,Texas,DWI Lawyer. Free Consultation .Call (713)236-8744. Pardon my typing and or grammar,I am sending from my i-phone.I only represent people accused of DWI in Texas. My answer is based upon the limited amount of information supplied in your question. The answers I give on this site are intended for general educational purposes only. If you already have an attorney, I always suggest that you consult with that attorney first.Ask a similar question
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