What sets RC apart?
There are a lot of very fine lawyers who handle DWI cases in Texas. Why should you choose RC over the field of them? Well, RC, is one of the very few Lawyers who has been designated as a Lawyer Scientist by the American Chemical Society, Chemistry and the Law Division. When it comes to your DWI case, consider putting a Lawyer Scientist in your corner.
What does being a ACS-CHAL Lawyer scientist mean?
It means RC has studied the scientific process of gas chromatography, and mass spectrometry. Those are the scientific methods used to determine the amount of alcohol or other intoxicants in a blood sample.
For each lab, there is a slightly different procedure they use for preparing the blood sample for analysis. Blood has to be taken from the vial and several chemicals are added to it. Depending upon what substance they are looking for, or what brand of machine they are using, the paramaters are different. The precise combination of those chemicals is important. Too little or too much of one chemical may inflate the result or invalidate the test.
Does your lawyer know what n-propanol is? And how it can affect your reading? A Lawyer Scientist like RC will know the answer to these questions. He will know how to ask for the correct paperwork from the lab. He will force the government scientist to "show their work" before just accepting a number as the value of your blood alcohol level.
As you can imagine, if you don't really know the specifics of these fields, it becomes impossible to tell whether the State's scientist has done their job correctly. If your case is going to come down to how this analysis was performed, it's best to get someone who understands it through and through.