An individual commits the crime of driving while intoxicated if they:
Automatic license suspension
Refusing a breathalyzer does not equate to freedom from a DWI conviction: failure to pass a field sobriety test or a testimony in court from the arresting officer could be enough evidence to render a guilty verdict. With an experienced attorney on your side, fighting a breathalyzer refusal charge is possible.
Regardless if this is your first offense or you have prior convictions, The Norris Law Group is prepared to work tirelessly toward building the best case possible. Allow the attorneys at the Norris Law Group to review your case when you call (318) 771-7000 or contact us online to schedule a confidential consultation.
Do not allow a moment of misfortune to cause you stress and harm your reputation. Allow Attorney Ebonee Norris and her team at The Norris Law Group to fight for you. We look forward to meeting with you to discuss your case. You can take advantage of a thorough, confidential consultation when you call (318) 771-7000.