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How A Suspended License Differs From A Revoked License

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Unless you work in a legal field, you may not be familiar with all of the terms you hear after a DWI arrest. For example, in conversation people may use the terms suspended license and revoked license interchangeably, but there are distinct differences. Understanding if you are facing a suspended driver’s license or a… Read More »

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What Do I Need To Know About A Second DWI?

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If you were arrested for a DWI in Texas and you’ve been charged with a DWI before, you may be wondering what the penalties will be for your second DWI. Because you have been involved with the Texas legal system, you likely know that DWIs are taken seriously and consequences can be severe. Penalties… Read More »

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What Is A Float Test?

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If you boat in Texas, you may have heard of float tests, sobriety exercises to determine if a person is boating while under the influence or not. Float tests are commonly used by law enforcement but they were not designed by scientists and there are situations in which the results can be disputed. Marine… Read More »

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CBD And Texas Drug Tests

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There are many reasons why people use CBD products. For some, CBD helps to reduce daily stress. Others have been advised to use CBD products to alleviate symptoms connected to a medical condition. Legal in Texas, CBD can still lead to a failed drug test. The part of marijuana that leads to a person… Read More »

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When An ALR Hearing Happens And How You Can Prepare

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After a driving while intoxicated arrest, you likely have a lot on your mind, including worries about your reputation and what legal consequences you will face. The weeks following an arrest are essential. Your administrative license revocation (ALR) hearing needs to be requested within this timeframe and you will need to prepare. To learn… Read More »

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4 Common Types Of White Collar Crimes In Texas

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When you think of crimes, you may first think of street crimes, including drug possession, illegal weapon possession, or assault. While these are all crimes that carry criminal consequences, there are also what are referred to as white collar crimes. Essentially, white collar crimes are crimes that are committed in a professional environment and… Read More »

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BWI Penalties In Texas

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Many Texas residents enjoy boating. Some enjoy fishing in the water of Lake Livingston while others prefer socializing on the waves of Lake Houston. Wherever you prefer to boat, you should know the rules before heading out. There are laws about drinking alcohol on boats, and boating while intoxicated (BWI) can carry serious penalties…. Read More »

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Penalties For Reckless Driving

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There are a range of penalties possible when a Texan faces a reckless driving charge. The arrest could involve multiple charges which can escalate the consequences as well. For example, while the reckless driving charge itself is a misdemeanor, the person could be facing felony charges depending on the situation. Solely for reckless driving,… Read More »

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Type Of DWI Class Designated By Arrest History

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After an arrest and conviction for a driving while intoxicated (DWI) offense in the state of Texas, consequences will be connected to a person’s criminal history. Whether you are a first-time DWI offender or a person with multiple DWIs on your record, alcohol education classes will likely be in your future. Whether you are… Read More »

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CBD, THC, Delta-8 And Drug Possession In Texas

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THC, the part of cannabis that leads individuals to feel high, has been put into products such as gummies, oils, and extracts. These products are illegal, just as marijuana is, in Texas. Delta-8 and CBD have varying levels of THC, but both can result in a DWI charge if you are intoxicated. If you… Read More »

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