Be smart - hire a lawyer. Any advice you get for free on this cite will be worth less than what you are paying for it!
Make sure that your lawyer had handled DWI blood cases before. Blood draws DWI's are extremely complex and only the top lawyers in the State can handle these well. Be sure to do your homework and don't hire someone based on how little they charge - that is almost as bad as having no lawyer at all.
And whatever you do, DO NOT talk to any ADA or law enforcement about your case.
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You will not be asked to enter a plea when you go to court. The court will likely reset your case so that you can hire an attorney.
You should hire an attorney as soon as possible. You can have your license suspended by an adminstrative judge. Any attorney would need further details and to review the state's file, video etc., before they can advise you on possible outcomes.
Also, you have 15 days from the date of the arrest to request an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing in order to fight for your driver's license. You need to contact an attorney as soon as possible.
This answer is not intended as legal advice. The response does not create an attorney client relationship.
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