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Irish Citizen Responds to Arrest for Illegal Trafficking of Rhino Horns in The United States

Irish Citizen Responds to Arrest for Illegal Trafficking of Rhino Horns in The United States Charges were unsealed this week in the Western District of Texas Federal District Court, Waco Division, against Johnathan Slattery, an Irish Citizen [...]

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Criminal Charges Impact Your Driving Privileges?

Do Criminal Charges Impact your Driving Privileges? Your Driving Privileges Can be Suspended Even Without a Criminal Conviction Yes, being charged with driving while intoxicated […]

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What happens if I refuse a Breathalyzer?

What Happens If I Refuse a Breathalyzer? If you have been stopped because a police officer believes you have been drinking and driving, you may […]

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What to Do After Your Teenager Was Arrested for DUI

My Teenager was Arrested for DUI, What Should I Do? If your son or daughter was charged with DUI, the time to start working on […]

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Are Hash Oils, Marijuana Oils, and Marijuana Edibles Illegal in Texas?

Are Hash Oils, Marijuana Oils, and Marijuana Edibles Illegal in Texas? In a word, yes. There are many ways to consume marijuana. Although smoking it […]

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New Offense: Possession or Promotion of Lewd Material Depicting a Child—HB 1810

New Offense: Possession or Promotion of Lewd Material Depicting a Child—HB 1810 Texas legislators fill a gap in the law where visual depictions of a […]

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New Texas Law Requires Recording for Serious Felony Offense Interviews

New Texas Law Requires Recording for Serious Felony Offense Interviews The Texas legislature has taken a serious step towards preventing false confessions. Texas SB 1253 […]

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Should you Fight a First Time DWI Charge?

Should you Fight a First Time DWI Charge? Yes. It does not matter if you are facing your first, second, or fifth DWI charge – […]

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David’s Law

David’s Law On September 1, 2017, David’s Law officially went into action, making cyberbullying a criminal offense in Texas. The law is named for David […]

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New Developments in Texas Firearm Sound Suppressor Law

New Developments in Texas Firearm Sound Suppressor Law Texas legislators are prepping the state for federal expansion on the right to possess gun silencers. A […]

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Texting While Driving

Texas Texting While Driving Law New Texas law bans written communications while you are behind the wheel. As of September 1st, reading, writing, or sending […]

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Texas Is Spending Billions Keeping People In Prison

Texas Has a Lot of People in Prison—Why? The state is spending billions on keeping people behind bars. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) […]

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