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Wayne Louis Singleton appeals his conviction for driving while intoxicated. A jury found him guilty, and the court assessed his punishment at 180 days in the Waller County Jail, probated for two years, a $500 fine, and fifty hours of community service.

Singleton contends in his first point of error the trial court erred in denying his Motion to Suppress Evidence, because there was no reasonable suspicion for the police to have made the stop. Singleton’s second point of error is that the court erred in denying his Motion to Suppress Evidence, because there was no probable cause to arrest him. Third, Singleton contends the evidence was insufficient to support a conviction for driving while intoxicated. Singleton’s fourth and final issue for review is the trial court erred by commenting on the evidence.

 
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