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Differences Between Texas Assault & Aggravated Assault Charges
Differences Between Texas Assault & Aggravated Assault Charges

We typically think of the law as black-and-white: if you do X, then you are guilty of Y. However, the law is more complicated than that because many factors impact the circumstances of a given action. Therefore, the law reads more like this: if you do X while you’re doing Z, ...

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  • Differences Between Texas Assault & Aggravated Assault Charges

    We typically think of the law as black-and-white: if you do X, then you are guilty of Y. However, the law is more complicated than that because many factors impact the circumstances of a given action. ...

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  • Who Gets Charged for Possession when Hotboxing?

    Hotboxing is the practice of smoking marijuana in a car, small room, or other enclosed space to maximize the narcotic effect. Not everyone who is in such a space or in the vicinity of it can be ...

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  • Difference Between Drug & Alcohol DWI

    Driving under the influence is a very serious crime in the state of Texas. There is zero tolerance for it; and if you are arrested, charged, and convicted of a DWI offense, you could face thousands of ...

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  • Understanding the Law in Regards to Cultivation of Marijuana

    The cultivation of marijuana involves the growing and harvesting of leaves from cannabis buds. This activity is against the law in Texas. You can be arrested and charged with drug possession if you ...

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  • Are Possession Penalties the Same for All Drugs?

    When a cop asks if someone has drugs on his or her person, the term “drugs” can refer many different substances: pharmaceuticals, weed, blow, meth, heroin, dope, and more. With so many substances out ...

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  • Who Is Eligible for Medical Marijuana in Texas?

    In Texas, the legalization of Marijuana continues to be a hot topic of debate as more states legalize the popular drug. Some Texans argue that the state should legalize marijuana for recreational use, ...

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