Police officers and prosecutors are teaming up to combat drunk driving.
The training ground is none other than the local Anheuser-Busch distribution center.
According to Assistant District Attorney, Tom Brummett, one of the problems with investigating and prosecuting DWI's is that rookie police officers and prosecutors fresh out of law school often handle the cases.
They are usually up against more experienced defense attorneys.
To level the playing field, Anheuser-Busch, the Texas Department of Transportation, and the Texas District and County Attorneys Association hosted the first ever Guarding Texas Roadways DWI Summit.
"Everything is changing," said Brummett.
"New technologies are coming out. There are new creative defenses to those. There are new responses from the state to those. Nothing ever is a slam dunk."
In 2006, Texas suffered 1,677 alcohol related traffic fatalities.