Did you know? An ALR hearing can make or break an entire DWI case? For example: In a pending Blood Draw case the Probable Cause Affidavit states that the officer witnessed the subject run into the back of another car and a warrant issued for a forced blood draw. But in the ALR hearing the officer testified that he did NOT witness the fender bender occur, that he just came onto the scene after the fact. The result is that the false statement should be extracted from the PC affidavit and the warrant will fail and the blood should be suppressed. Changes the entire case. Another example of how important Administrative License Revocation hearings are.
In a newly obtained video, a Houston Police officer is seen balling his fist, punching a woman in the face and slamming her to the floor of a drunk-tank cell after she swung her elbow at the officer while questioning the no-refusal blood test.
The Harris County District Attorney's Office has dismissed 90 pending misdemeanor and felony drug cases after a deputy improperly destroyed evidence at the Precinct 4 Constable's Office.
The Harris County District Attorney's Office is forced to throw out more than 140 cases so far after it was discovered over 21,000 pieces of evidence was destroyed by the Precinct 4 Constable's Office.
The Harris County District Attorney's office is re-evaluating a decade's worth of DWI cases. This comes after the credentials of an expert witness, a toxicology analyst, were called into question.
There are over 1,000 cases under review because of the misuse of evidence. While 142 have been dismissed thus far, there has been a high number of cases in which evidence has been destroyed - most of the cases involving drug crimes.
After and expert's qualifications have been questioned, there are nearly 10 years of DWI cases being under review in Harris County.
After being questioned about her credentials in DWI cases, a woman responds publicly.
Expert witness has been accused of lying on the stand and moved down to a lower level position.