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What Are the Consequences of Reckless Driving in Texas?

What Are the Consequences of Reckless Driving in Texas?

  • October 21, 2020
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Have you ever felt extremely angry over another driver’s error? Road rage and road aggression go hand in hand, but it’s natural to feel upset when someone else’s mistake almost causes you to get into a crash. If your anger…

How Long Do You Stay on the Texas Sex Offender Registry?

How Long Do You Stay on the Texas Sex Offender Registry?

  • September 16, 2020
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 Did you know that Texas ranks 13th in the nation when it comes to how many sex offenders reside in the state? According to statistics, there are about 325 registered sex offenders per 100,000 Texans. That’s not a statistic you…

The 7 Most Common Types of Elder Abuse

The 7 Most Common Types of Elder Abuse

  • August 19, 2020
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Did you know that upwards of 5 million older adults are impacted by elder abuse in America every year? These statistics are startling, yet they’re just the tip of the iceberg. Experts believe far more cases of elder abuse never…

Drug Possession vs Drug Distribution in Texas: What’s the Difference?

Drug Possession vs Drug Distribution in Texas: What’s the Difference?

  • July 15, 2020
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Have you noticed the local gas station suddenly selling CBD or hemp products? Have you heard about marijuana dispensaries making billions in other states? Since the passage of the Farm Bill of 2018, there have been a lot of nationwide…

When Is It Illegal to Carry a Firearm in Texas?

When Is It Illegal to Carry a Firearm in Texas?

  • June 26, 2020
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The Lone Star State is well-known for its incredible BBQ, the Alamo, and of course its wide-open land. In fact, Texas is the second-largest state in the nation. With all that open land, is it any wonder that most citizens…

Domestic Violence and COVID-19: What To Do If You Are Facing Charges

Domestic Violence and COVID-19: What To Do If You Are Facing Charges

  • May 20, 2020
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Let’s face it – humans are pretty independent creatures. None of us were created with the intention of spending every waking moment around another person. When conditions get cramped and stress runs high, we sometimes lash out at the ones…

Consent Laws in Texas: What You Need to Know

Consent Laws in Texas: What You Need to Know

  • April 22, 2020
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Have you ever had a sexual relationship with someone only to later regret it? What if you pushed your boundaries and had sex with someone who didn’t consent? Have you committed a sex crime? Countless people have felt blindsided by…

What Is Unlawful Restraint?

What Is Unlawful Restraint?

  • March 18, 2020
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Have you ever had a fight with your significant other in which you refused to let them leave the room? Have you ever blocked the doorway, taken someone’s keys or stood in front of a vehicle to prevent someone from…

No Refusal Holidays and Weekends 2020

No Refusal Holidays and Weekends 2020

  • February 26, 2020
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We’ve all seen the YouTube videos of informed drivers who know their rights. When a driver understands and enforces their rights, the officer is often unable to find evidence or cause to arrest you. While these videos are entertaining and…

Texas Repealed the Driver Responsibility Program: Now What?

Texas Repealed the Driver Responsibility Program: Now What?

  • January 29, 2020
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If you’ve ever been thrown into the Driver Responsibility Program in Texas, then you may have experienced a debt trap: being charged a fine because you could not afford to pay an original fine. Thankfully, some relief has finally arrived….

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