See my answer to your previous question. You seem to think the police can't charge you with a crime if you confess?
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If you volunteered information to the police before you were arrested then you have a significant problem. Just because you summoned police does not give you a defense to what you say or what evidence you provide (such as a sample of your breath or blood).
See my previous answer as well. Thank you for your service to our country. There are no points for being honest and admitting your guilt when it comes to a DWI allegation. That doesn't mean that you don't have a defense. You must consult a local DWI Attorney. Most offer a free consultation. Good Luck, and I hope this helps.
James R. "Jim" Butler,Houston,Texas,DWI Lawyer. Free Consultation .Call (713)236-8744. I only represent people accused of DWI in Texas.
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