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THC Possession in Texas OR…How I Went to Colorado and Picked Up Some Gummy Bears and a Felony Arrest
In other states like Colorado, marijuana is being legally delivered in more unconventional means, such as gummies, cookies, brownies, and chocolate bars. So, if you have had the misfortune of being found in possession of such in Texas, you may be wondering how you have now been charged with a felony, when most people caught […]
Erasing A Troubled Past: Expunction & Nondisclosure
Voluntarily pleading or being found guilty by a jury, or even just being arrested, typically has a lasting effect that reaches beyond what the defendant sees as the end of the criminal matter. Those with an arrest or criminal record often have difficulty engaging in commonplace activities, such as securing a job or receiving […]
An Estate Plan: Do You Really Need One?
Too many of us neglect to plan for how our assets will pass to our family and who will control and be most involved in that process. Some feel that they don’t have enough property to warrant a formal estate plan or have fears about confronting end-of-life issues altogether. However, not only is estate planning […]
Custody Disputes: Can My Child Choose?
The litigation that accompanies divorce and family law disputes can be challenging and unpleasant, especially when it concerns children and their custody preferences. While many Texas parents are aware that their child’s preference can influence the outcomes of custody rulings, some may be left with questions about the specific laws and practices that apply […]
“So, I Have to Let the Officer Search My Car, Right?”
In this part of the world, let’s be honest…most of us are very respectful of law enforcement and the sometime difficult jobs that our police, sheriff’s deputies, and DPS troopers do on a daily basis. So, it only makes sense that most of us, when asked for consent to search our vehicles during a […]
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