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Misdemeanor Legal Articles

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Possession of Drugs with the Intent to Manufacture or Deliver Laws in Texas

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Drugs and Penalty Groups in Texas

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Drug Possession Laws in Texas

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DWI Consequences and Penalties in Texas

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The crucial first ten days after a dui arrest.

When you receive a DUI, you have ten days to get a few things done. The first ten days are crucial and can make a big difference in how your case goes. The first thing you should do is hire a lawyer who can help you early in your case.

The dark scanner; and your rights

The expansion of facial recognition technology is moving faster than the law can keep up with.

Understanding the miranda warning and your rights as a criminal suspect

Before the police question a suspect under custody, they are required to give what is known as a “Miranda Warning.” You are probably familiar with this warning already. It is the familiar admonition that you have the right to remain silent and the right to have an attorney. If you ever find yourself in custody, it is critical that you understand and invoke these rights to protect yourself.

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