Q. T. Hanson v. State Texas
TX.40898; 790 S.W.2d 646 (1990)
Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas No. 156-90
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Opinion ON STATE'S PETITION FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW Appeal is taken from a conviction of driving while intoxicated. After
trial by jury, the court assessed appellant's punishment at ninety days confinement and a three hundred dollar fine. Both
the fine and jail time were probated. On direct appeal, the Court of Appeals found the evidence insufficient to support appellant's conviction and, therefore,
remanded the cause to the trial court with an order to enter a judgment of acquittal. Hanson v. State, 781 S.W.2d 445 (Tex.App.
-- Ft. Worth 1989). We granted the State's petition for discretionary review.