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Criminal, DUI-DWI, Felony, Misdemeanor, Juvenile Law

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126 W. 2nd Street, (2.7 miles)
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455 (Titus County)
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John Mark Cobern (2.8 miles)
Criminal, Consumer Rights, Business, Family Law, Wills & Probate
Mount Pleasant, TX 75456, Titus County
Robert Rolston (2.7 miles)
Family Law
405 W 3Rd St,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
Kerry D. Woodson (Danny) (2.8 miles)
General Practice
Mount Pleasant, TX 75456, Titus County
Lance W. Hinson (1.7 miles)
Real Estate, Family Law, Wills & Probate
311 E 16Th St,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
D'ann Parker Colley (D') (2.6 miles)
Family Law
307 N Jefferson Ave,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
Michael P. Kopech (2.7 miles)
Criminal, Dispute Resolution, Family Law, Personal Injury
217 N Jefferson Ave, Ste 1
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
Laura Whitney McCoy (2.7 miles)
Immigration, Criminal, Personal Injury
126 W 2Nd St,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
Dorothy Denise Goebel (Deni) (2.8 miles)
Dispute Resolution, Family Law
136 Private Road 4206,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455, Titus County
Casey Holt Cross (Casey) (2.8 miles)
Real Estate, Business, Family Law, Personal Injury
103 North Madison,
Mount Pleasant, TX 75456, Titus County

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... LP (collectively "TCAG"), appeal from a judgment rendered in favor of Appellee, DeeAnn VanHouten, following a jury trial of her dog bite case ... a new trial because there was no evidence that the dog in question had dangerous propensities that were abnormal for an animal of her ...

... Appellant was found behind the steering wheel, injured and intoxicated, at the scene of a one-car rollover accident, with a blood-alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit. ... 2. The accident was a one-car collision with an inanimate object. 3. Appellant's failure to brake. ...

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... of limitations provided by civil practice and remedies code section 16.003(a). [3] J & J Sports argued in response that the trial court should follow the Fifth Circuit's holding in Prostar v. Massachi and apply the three-year statute of limitations found in the federal Copyright Act. ...