DWI is a Texas law prohibiting any driver from operating a motor vehicle when they have lost the normal use of their mental or physical faculties, or by having a legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or above. Drivers can also be charged with DWI by the introduction of drugs, or a combination of alcohol and drugs, into their system. The College Station police typically use a series of field sobriety tests (FSTs) to develop probable cause to arrest for DWI in addition to asking persons to submit to a breath or blood test. Here again, the police in College Station have developed a “take no prisoners” attitude toward charging college students with this very serious misdemeanor offense.

DUI is a zero-tolerance law in Texas that prohibits drivers under 21 years old from having any detectable amount of alcohol in their system. Police officers in College Station are very aggressive in charging college students for this type of offense.

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