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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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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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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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Police Misconduct In Texas

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When law enforcement officers accept the responsibility of their positions, they are supposed to be enforcing laws, noticing criminal behaviors, and securing public safety. But, unfortunately, there have been many reports of police officers abusing their power. If you or someone you love has experienced police brutality or law enforcement misconduct, discuss your situation… Read More »

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Forced Texas Confessions and Your Rights

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When a crime takes place, it is possible a law enforcement officer will interrogate an individual. The stated goal is to access the truth. This is often the case, but sometimes there is a push to force a person to confess. For a variety of reasons this unfortunately happens, either because an officer believes… 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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