Tampering with Physical Evidence comes to mind. They would have to prove that he knew there was a pending investigation, but I think the fact that you have to blow into the breathalyzer as part of a felony probation would solve that issue. The fact that he's on camera makes identity a no brainer.
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Interesting question. And what a jerk. Tampering with evidence might be possible. You might want to pursue a restraining order. Good luck.
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Note I practice in Minnesota so things may be different in Texas. However, in Minnesota the ignition interlock device has a camera installed in conjuction with the blowing apparatus so as to avoid the situation you desrcibed.Ask a similar question
Not sure if charges will be filed. You should be OK since the camera will show him blowing.
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What a jerk! Although I have to laugh at the ridiculous picture of the drunk idiot. Too bad the camera didn't picture him driving off after providing evidence that he was intoxicated and he might be feeling your pain. Sorry you are going through that but maybe it just confirms your decision to break up with him, As for your situation, I wouldn't imagine you getting into trouble due to that situation and certainly any lawyer worth their salt could handle that problem. Good luck to you!Ask a similar question
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