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Mark Thiessen

DWI, Criminal & Civil Trial Attorney

Publications

Mark Thiessen has been published in numerous magazines and publications due to his expert knowledge in DWI and criminal defense law.


March 2018

TCDLA Voice for the Defense; pg. 23

Article: Not Guilty v. Cerberus: Winning Intoxicated Manslaughter Trials


November 2015

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 44, No. 9, pg. 20

Fear and Loathing in South Texas; If Dr. Hunter S. Thompson Got a DWI in Texas in 2015


November 2015

Counterpoint – The Journal of Science and the Law

The Intoxilyzer™ 9000


August 2015

TCDLA Voice for the Defense

Intoxilyzer™ 9000 in Texas


Aspatore 2015 Edition

Inside the Minds; Strategies for Defending DWI Cases in Texas

Not Guilty versus Goliath: Conquering Giant Blood Tests Using the Disconnect Defense, pg. 85


June 2014

TCDLA Voice for the Defense

Eleven Essential DWI Trial Tactics


Winter 2013

HCCLA The Defender

11 Essential DWI Trial Tactics


September 2013

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 42, No. 7

Drawing the Blood From a DWI Case


Fall 2013

HCCLA Defender Magazine

Drawing the Blood From a DWI Case & Blood Draw Tree


October 2012

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 41, No. 8

Undermining the Breath Test: Building the Disconnect Defense


Summer/Fall 2012

HCCLA Defender Magazine

Storytelling Closing Arguments


July/August 2012

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 41, No. 6

Storytelling: Closing Arguments


April 2012

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 41, No. 3

Falsely Elevated Ethanol Results Using Hospital Enzymatic Assay Blood Testing


October 2011

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 40, No. 8

Defendant’s Motion to Protect the Fairness of Future Juries


Summer 2010

HCCLA Defender Magazine

Challenging Jury panels Assembled through Email Notification


May 2010

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 39, No. 4

Motion Challenging Jury Array and to Quash Jury Panel


November 2009

TCDLA Voice for the Defense, Vol. 38, No. 91

Defendant’s Motion to Protect the Fairness of Future Juries

aggressive defense