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What is Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon in Texas?

Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Texas is a serious criminal offense, defined under Texas Penal Code §22.02. This crime involves intentionally and knowingly causing serious bodily harm or using or displaying a deadly weapon during an assault. The law categorizes it primarily as a second-degree felony. However, it can count as a first-degree...

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How Are Domestic Violence Cases Handled in Texas?

Texas sees domestic violence across all demographics, irrespective of race, family structure, or income level. Contrary to common belief, domestic violence doesn't just happen in marital relationships. Only about 45% of reported cases involve spouses, with a significant portion occurring in non-marital relationships. That includes parent-child dynamics, roommates, and extended family members. Types of domestic...

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How Does a Plea Bargain Work?

If you are facing criminal charges in Texas, one of the options that might be available to you includes accepting a plea bargain. But what exactly is a plea bargain? How do they work? What’s a common plea bargain agreement? And are there any other options available besides agreeing to accept a plea bargain? Texas...

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Defense Options Against Misdemeanor Assault Charges in Texas

In Texas, misdemeanor assault can result in jail time and fines. Assault charges in Texas are serious matters that can have far-reaching consequences on your life. It's important to fight misdemeanor assault charges with the same power as felony assault charges. A conviction in either category may result in significant penalties, including fines, jail time,...

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In Texas, Can Police Legally Lie To You?

Police can legally lie and use dishonest tactics to get confessions. Lies, manipulation, and overall dishonest police interrogation techniques are major contributing factors to the epidemic of wrongful convictions in the United States. Some studies estimate that 4% to 6% of the U.S. prison population has been wrongly convicted. To protect their rights and freedom,...

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Drug Trafficking vs. Drug Possession Charges in Texas

In Texas, possession of even a small amount can lead to harsh penalities. Drug charges are a serious matter in Texas. Even a first-time conviction can result in jail time, fines, and a criminal record. There are two main types of drug charges in Texas: drug possession and drug trafficking. Drug possession is the unlawful act...

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