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Zero Tolerance Law in Texas
Zero Tolerance Law in Texas

Depending on the state you are charged for a DWI , the laws and penalties can vary. In the state of Texas, it is illegal for a driver to operate their vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) level that is at .08% or above. This can be assessed by a chemical test to ...

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