The authors of the Texas DWI Survival Guide: A Citizen's Protection Manual, Jamie Balagia, Bruce Edge and John Hunsuckers, are undoubtedly in the top ten of DWI lawyers in the country. They designed this book to help protect the average citizen from over zealous DWI enforcement. DWI is a serious issue; political pressures are resulting in unsuspecting everyday citizens being swept up in this new form of prohibition. Make no mistake; the objective is to ensnare and punish every driver who gets behind the wheel after having only one drink. It is imperative to know your legal rights and to be prepared before you see the red and blue cop lights flashing behind you. What you do and say after that moment will have lifelong repercussions.
Alex Jones has personally been following their work for over a decade. Jamie Balagia is a former police officer so he know the system from the inside out. He is not just a book smart lawyer in a fancy suit, he has been on streets and knows exactly how the police operate and he knows their secrets. This book is set around the laws in Texas but the laws and enforcement tactics are similar throughout the United States. This is not just for people when police set you up for drinking and driving; this is a constitutional primer to know your rights and procedures when dealing with the police.
You would have to spend thousands of dollars to get this information direct from a DWI lawyer, and most do not know a fraction of what these men know. These lawyers are giving up valuable trade secrets learned through years of research, study and practice. Often, expertly written legal books such as this can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars. This may be the best $39.95 you have ever spent. This is key knowledge that could save you thousands of dollars in fines, fees and possibly even keep you out of jail. If you, a friend, or a loved one ever has a drink and then drives, you need to read this book. Know your rights, protect your ability to drive and avoid hidden costs that may follow you for years.