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Domestic Violence is Damaging to Children

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When there is domestic violence in a home, the individuals involved in the physical altercations are not the only ones harmed. Kids who witness domestic violence can experience mental health issues and personal relationship troubles as a result. After all, kids learn from their parents. And when violence is present, damage to children can… Read More »

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Firearm Possession and a DWI Charge

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In Texas, many choose to possess firearms. This is a second amendment right for individuals in the state of Texas and around the country. But there are times when it is illegal to possess a firearm, such as when individuals have been convicted of serious offenses. If you are wondering if you can purchase… Read More »

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Low Carb Diets and Breathalyzer Tests

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Have you heard that the keto diet and other low carbohydrate eating plans can result in inaccurate breathalyzer test results? This can happen because when a person is in ketosis, the process the keto diet is named after, acetone is created in the body. This happens when an individual’s liver breaks down fat. It… Read More »

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Marijuana and Paraphernalia Possession in Texas

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In Texas, marijuana is illegal. While states around America have legalized cannabis for recreational use, this is not true in the state of Texas. Since 1923, Texas has prohibited marijuana possession. In fact, for many years Texas carried possession sentences that were tougher than those of other states. Penalties have loosened, but marijuana possession… Read More »

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Things to Know About Drug Possession

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In the state of Texas, there can be severe punishments for drug possession. Consequences vary depending on if it is a possession charge or if trafficking is also part of the charge. For example, if a person is charged for delivery and sales of a drug, a person can face a more severe sentence… Read More »

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Taking Prescription Medications Can Result Impaired Driving

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While it is widely understood that individuals should not get behind the wheel after drinking alcohol or using illegal drugs, many do not think about the impact prescription medications can have on a person’s ability to drive. After ingesting medications, it is possible to be involved in traffic accidents due to reduced reaction times,… Read More »

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What to Do When You Get a Second DWI

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Getting arrested for a DWI can be incredibly stressful and distressing. While you may not believe there is anything worse at the time of your initial arrest, getting arrested again can bring even more pain. When an individual is pulled over by law enforcement for a traffic violation and the officer suspects they are… Read More »

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Being Pulled Over After an Anonymous Call

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There are times when anonymous calls are made to report suspicious behavior. If you were pulled over by law enforcement and detained, it has to be because of reasonable suspicion of a crime. The reasonable suspicion is typically from the observation of a member of law enforcement. If you were pulled over because of… Read More »

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4 Ways Alcohol Can Affect Your Driving Ability

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In order to drive safely, you need your body and brain working together. For this reason, drinking alcohol and driving is not safe, it is common for intoxicated drivers to commit traffic offenses because alcohol has affected their ability to drive. The environment is constantly changing as an individual drives, and you need to… Read More »

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What Is an Ignition Interlock Device?

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After a conviction for driving while intoxicated, a person may be required to use an ignition interlock device in order to be able to drive again. Essentially, the device is a small breathalyzer. Connected to the ignition system of the vehicle, it is a way to prevent a driver from starting a vehicle if… Read More »

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