20 | Pictures from the Fourth of July Readings - By Robb Fickman
24 | Intoxilyzer™ 9000 in Texas - By Mark Ryan Thiessen
31 | Jeopardy Should Attach to an Acquittal in the Court of Appeal - By Stan Brown
36 | Joining the Military with a Juvenile Record - By Betty E. Rodriguez
However, Texas is currently transitioning to the Intoxilyzer 9000 and training breath test operators through local technical supervisors. Implementation of the Intoxilyzer 9000 was scheduled for Summer 2015, but due to software issues and bugs, the 9000 has not been approved for evidential use.
The Double Jeopardy Clause of the United States Constitution provides “nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb . . .” U.S. Const. Amend. V.
A question often asked by younger clients is whether they will be able to join the military with a juvenile record. Specifically, they want to know how a juvenile record will affect their chances of enlisting and if they should disclose their record when they try to enlist. The answer is—it depends. It depends on the type of offense and the disposition of the case.
- President's Message: Not Without a Fight - By Samuel E. Bassett
- Executive Director's Perspective: Sad News - By Joseph A. Martinez
- Ethics and the Law: Blowing in the Wind - By Robert Pelton
- Off the Back: Using SFST Validation Studies in Your Next DWI Trial - By Stephen Gustitis
- Federal Corner: Did Lex Really Sniff Out the Drugs or Did He Just Want a “Giftee”? - By F. R. Buck Files Jr.
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