Have you been stopped for a DWI in Waco and asked to take a breath test? Maybe you want to know what would happen if you refuse to take the breathalyzer test. Find out here in this video.

It is your right as a driver to refuse to take a breath test or a blood test after being arrested on a Texas roadway. However, you should know that if you refuse to take a breath test that your driver’s license will be suspended for a longer period of time than if you were to agree to a blood or breath sample. Nevertheless, if you did submit to the testing and your results showed too high of levels, you will also be penalized with a driver’s license suspension in Texas.

If you are worried about losing your license or would like to know how you can get your driver’s license back to drive to work, call criminal defense lawyer Walter Reaves at 254-296-0020 or contact us online at

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Criminal Defense Attorney Walter Reaves has been practicing law for over 35 years.