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Texas Sex Crimes And Community Supervision

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Sex crimes charges in Texas, and throughout the nation, can result in serious penalties. If you have been arrested, talk to a Houston sex offense lawyer about what options you have. In some instances, prison sentences can be avoided. Alternative penalties could be possible, such as pursuing deferred adjudication. Deferred Adjudication or Community Supervision… Read More »

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Background Checks, Your Career, And Texas DWIs

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Damaging consequences often follow Texas driving while intoxicated (DWI) convictions. There can be jail time, lengthy probation sentences, expensive fines, and damage to your reputation. This reputation harm can lead to problems when you are applying for loans or seeking new job opportunities. One of the ways individuals can discover your DWI arrest or… Read More »

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DistressedMan

Family Violence Assault Charges

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A specific type of assault, family violence or domestic violence, is an assault against a member of one’s family or household. This could include a spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend, roommate, or family member. Who domestic violence laws apply to can vary from state to state. In the state of Texas there are protections in… Read More »

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PoliceAtDoor

What To Do When The Police Knock On Your Door

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If you are having a loud party and the police officer knocks on your door, you may not know what to do and feel nervous. This is also true if law enforcement is at your door and you are not having a party at all. When you have an encounter with police officers, it… Read More »

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5 Things That Could Lead To Getting Pulled Over

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Sometimes, a person is charged because a law officer believes the driver is under the influence, though the initial reason they were pulled over had nothing to do with drugs or alcohol. Avoiding being pulled over at all means there is no possibility of an officer believing they smell marijuana smoke or think they… Read More »

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FailedDrugTest

The Legal Amount Of THC In CBD Products

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Short for cannabidiol, CBD is a chemical compound that is present in marijuana. Many people use CBD products to relax and reduce anxiety. This is different from individuals who use marijuana to get high. In many instances, CBD is safe. It is legal in Texas provided the THC level is low. THC is the… Read More »

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Advocacy

What Is Deferred Adjudication?

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One legal option available for some facing Texas DWI charges is deferred adjudication, a program that is a form of probation, or community supervision. It is a way for the person who is charged to accept responsibility but avoid severe criminal penalties, including huge fines and incarceration. When deferred adjudication is a good match,… Read More »

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Texas Law And Constitutional Carry

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Recently, a new gun law has been passed in the state of Texas. Now, Texans are able to carry their legally owned firearms in public, free of a need to undergo gun training or obtain gun permits. Permit-free gun carrying is a large change to gun laws, if you are wondering how this change… Read More »

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What It Means To Seal A DWI Record

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Texas DWI charges remain on your record, whether you were convicted or not. The only exception to this is when the charge is sealed. This is different from expungement. Expungement is when a charge is completely removed from a person’s record. Sealing a charge essentially makes it invisible to third parties. If you are… Read More »

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Severe Penalties Are Possible For Federal Conspiracy Charges

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Federal conspiracy is a term that is used to describe two or more individuals agreeing with one another to commit a crime. It is important to note that the planning process is enough for a person to serve time, even if the crime was not performed. It can be confusing for individuals who are… Read More »

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