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Is It Legal to Film Texas Police?

A Texas Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Your Right To Record Police The law hasn't changed much in years, but new questions about whether it's legal to record Texas police officer interactions keep coming up. It's understandable why there is confusion: Cops often order people to turn off their cameras, even when those people are completely...

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Is Entrapment Legal in Texas?

A Conroe criminal defense attorney explains the law Entrapment is a legal defense that is often misunderstood. Not every undercover operation or sting can be considered entrapment. It can be difficult to prove. You need a skilled Texas attorney with an insider’s knowledge of how the legal system works to successfully argue an entrapment defense....

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Is Delta-8 THC Legal in Texas?

A Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Montgomery County Explains Delta-8 THC has been a way for people to get around the marijuana ban in Texas. That path may soon close. Initially bought and sold as a legal product, delta-8 THC’s status is being challenged by Texas’ Department of State Health Services (DSHS), which seeks to ban...

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Everything You Need to Know About Texas Search & Seizure Laws

A Criminal Defense Attorney in Conroe, TX Explains When you are facing charges, one of the most critical things your criminal defense attorney needs to do is stop bogus, illegally collected "evidence" and arguments from making it to trial. This means hiring an attorney who understands how to fight illegal search and seizures. The Webb...

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How To Fight Back Against Texas Assault Charges

See what a criminal defense attorney in Conroe, TX has to say Assault is one of the top 10 most common charges in the U.S. Every year thousands of people face the serious and harsh possibility of an assault conviction. In Texas, the stakes are particularly high. A misdemeanor assault can get you a year...

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Breathalyzer test tube recall casts doubt on Texas DWI charges

New reports show that faulty breathalyzers and poorly trained officers are not the only things skewing blood alcohol content level tests used in driving while intoxicated (DWI) cases. A major recall of medical test tubes — thousands of which were used in DWI convictions — is raising questions about the results and fairness. According to...

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Over 200 Houston-area drug convictions involving disgraced cop may be overturned

More than 200 Houston-area narcotics convictions have the potential to be overturned now that a former city police officer's alleged misdeeds have come to light. State prosecutors are reviewing past convictions involving retired Houston police officer Gerald Goines. The veteran member of the force now faces murder and tampering charges over a possibly illegal 2019...

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Texas marijuana law in limbo

Hope for Texas marijuana reform is going up in smoke. Of the more than 60 bills filed this legislative session to reduce penalties and/or expand access to marijuana, only two made it to the governor. Both bills propose minor tweaks to Texas’s overly harsh marijuana laws and punishments. Neither addresses decriminalization. A bill regarding parental...

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