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Conroe, TX and Montgomery County


Common questions and answers about expungement in Texas

  Do you have an arrest on your record? If so, you likely have questions that need answers. The lawyers at The Webb Firm, P.C. answer common questions regarding expungement in Texas. If you were arrested but weren't charged with a crime, your arrest and court records will still be available to the public. That...

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How can a criminal defense attorney help me if I was charged with domestic violence in Texas?

Were you accused of committing assault against a loved one or relative in Texas? Have you been arrested and charged with domestic violence? You could be facing harsh legal consequences under the Texas penal code. It's critical that you understand the nature of a domestic assault charge and the potential legal consequences you could be...

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Why you should take a misdemeanor charge seriously

Being charged with a misdemeanor may not sound like a big deal, but the consequences are often harsh and have a long-lasting impact. A misdemeanor charge may be less severe than a felony, but it's still a serious legal matter that can substantially change your future. It's important that you never underestimate a misdemeanor charge....

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What are the legal consequences of vaping in Texas?

The Texas Education Agency says more than 330,000 middle school and high school students, or 13% of all students in grades 6 to 12, experimented with vaping in 2018. That is four times the number of students, up from 3%, that vaped in 2012. School officials say the rising numbers are alarming because of health...

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What should I do if I was accused of assault and battery?

If you were arrested and charged with assault and battery in Texas, you could be facing serious legal consequences that could last for several years. In some cases, people who face assault charges are accused based on false allegations or poor judgment of situations from police officers or witnesses. Depending on the amount of evidence...

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Drug Convictions Dismissed Due To False Testimony

Conroe, TX defense attorney explains what happened in Harris County, Texas If you a facing a drug charge, you might think you don’t have a lot of legal options. Many drug charges are often dismissed or thrown out of court, however. That’s what recently happened in one case involving a Houston man who was wrongfully...

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Wrongful Arrests and Convictions

As a citizen of the U.S., the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments protect you from being wrongfully arrested by law enforcement officials. Unfortunately, some estimate that the rate of wrongful convictions in the U.S. is anywhere from 2-10 percent. While that might not sound like a lot, at that rate there could be over 200,000 innocent...

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COVID-19 Creates Court System Back-up

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted state and local government in many ways, including the justice system. Closing the courts was a necessary step to help protect the spread of infection. But it has also led to a tremendous backlog of cases, leaving many wondering how the courts will ever catch up. The Texas Supreme Court...

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What are my legal options if I was arrested for illegal possession of prescription drugs?

People often rely on prescriptions drugs to treat pain, high blood pressure, diabetes, mental health disorders and other health conditions. In Texas, having prescription drugs in your possession is perfectly legal when they are issued by a doctor or other healthcare professional and picked up at a pharmacy. According to the U.S. Justice Department, the...

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