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Drug Penalties: Do Amounts Really Matter?
Drug Penalties: Do Amounts Really Matter?

Drug offenses are impacted by several factors including the type of drug involved in the crime, the accused’s intent with the drugs (selling vs. using), where the drugs are found, and so on. However, are Texas drug penalties really impacted by the amount of drugs found on ...

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  • Drug Penalties: Do Amounts Really Matter?

    Drug offenses are impacted by several factors including the type of drug involved in the crime, the accused’s intent with the drugs (selling vs. using), where the drugs are found, and so on. However, ...

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  • Evidence for Intent to Distribute Charges

    Drug charges are serious offenses that can result in severe penalties for the accused. However, some drug charges are worse than others. Possession convictions typically carry the lightest penalties ...

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  • Arrested for Possession: Never Say These Three Things

    There are a variety of emotional responses people have when being arrested for possession: some people get angry, some get sad, and others get nervous. However, regardless of your emotional response, ...

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  • What if the Drugs Weren’t Mine?

    We’ve all seen shows where a cop pats someone down, finds drugs on their person, and the guy says something like, “those aren’t mine.” While it may be hard to believe, there are times when these guys ...

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  • Is Domestic Abuse a Criminal Charge?

    According to a study conducted by the Institute of Domestic and Sexual Assault – University of Texas at Austin, nearly 32% of all Texans experience intimate partner violence in their lifetimes. When ...

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  • 3 Surprising Things that Could Be Deadly Weapons in Criminal Cases

    When we hear the phrase assault with a deadly weapon, we often think of an attack with a gun or knife. However, Texas law defines deadly weapons as, “anything that in the manner of its use or intended ...

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