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Monthly Archives: October 2020


Help with a Texas Drug Possession Charge

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Drug possession is a charge given when law enforcement discovers an individual is willingly and knowingly in possession of illegal drugs, including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, or other substances. It is a crime and is a charge associated with over 80% of drug arrests in the United States. Depending on the circumstances, it is possible… Read More »

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Are Police Allowed to Search My Car?

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If you are wondering if Texas police are allowed to search your car, the answer is yes, but they need to have probable cause. There has been a lot of discussion about the power of law enforcement in a range of situations, including searching personal property for unlawful items, such as illegal weapons or… Read More »

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Will I Lose My License Because of a Texas DWI?

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Many drivers in Houston, and around Texas, use their cars daily, to get to work and visit friends and family. When relying on a car, it can be a huge upset to lose a driver’s license. Many neighborhoods and errands cannot be navigated by foot or on a bicycle. But after a DWI, it… Read More »

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Are a DUI and a DWI the Same?

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Sometimes the terms DWI and DUI are used interchangeably. While both are charges connected to operating a vehicle when intoxicated, they are not exactly the same. A DUI is a shortened version of driving under the influence. The shortened version of driving while intoxicated is DWI. In most cases the charge is connected to… Read More »

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Is Auto-Brewery Syndrome the Reason for My DWI?

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While auto-brewery syndrome does exist, it is a rare condition. Essentially, the syndrome is when an individual’s body ferments alcohol. This happens when yeast within a person’s gut produces ethanol. Then, a person who has auto-brewery syndrome can appear and feel drunk, without ever consuming an alcoholic beverage. They could even register as intoxicated… Read More »

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