Texas Field Sobriety Tests Defense Attorney
Fighting Against Unreliable Field Sobriety and Breath Test Results — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
If you were arrested for DWI in Texas, chances are you were subjected to one or more standardized field sobriety tests in addition to a breath test. But, the question needs to be asked: how reliable are these tests? If you are facing DWI charges, you need an attorney on your side who understands these tests.
At Tad Nelson & Associates in League City, we have extensive experience fighting against drunk driving charges in the Houston and Galveston County metro areas. Attorney Tad Nelson served as an assistant district attorney before becoming a board-certified criminal trial lawyer*. He has a distinguished record of winning these cases at trial and holds several DWI certifications.
Our firm combines big city experience with small town values. You can rely on us to provide you with skilled representation and honest, straightforward answers to your questions. Call 281-280-0100 for a consultation.
Thorough, Reliable and Aggressive DWI Representation
Attorney Tad Nelson has a distinguished track record of winning DWI cases where field sobriety tests are used as evidence and fully understands the flaws inherent in all field sobriety tests, including:
- Nystagmus tests
- “Walk and Turn” tests
- “The One Leg Stand” test
- “Finger to Nose” test
- The Rhomberg Balance Test
Perhaps the most harmful test to your case is the breath analyzer test. This test will produce immediate results and will be a major piece of the prosecution’s case. Attorney Tad Nelson has what it takes to fight against the results of these tests and is certified on the Intoxilyzer 5000 and Intoxilyzer 8000 breath analyzers.
You Need Our Experience on Your Side
To have any chance of emerging with your rights intact, you need our experience and tenacity on your side. Contact us today for a consultation. All major credit cards are accepted and we are available for evening, weekend and off-site appointments.
* The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law; certification in any of these areas requires substantial demonstrated experience and skill, positive peer evaluations, ongoing legal education commitments, and the passage of a rigorous test.