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Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • What Is The First Step After Being Charged With Marijuana Possession?

    In Texas, being charged with marijuana possession will be followed by a booking. Depending upon whether or not you were given a marijuana ticket for having a small amount of marijuana, 2 ounces or less, or whether you were found with more than 2 ounces, your booking will take place in one of two ways. If you received a ticket for a small amount of marijuana, and if you do not have any other ...
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  • How Long Will My Criminal Case Take To Settle?

    The length of time a case will take from beginning to end is always a very common question that is asked when a client first hires their attorney. How much will this cost, and how long will it take seem to be what's on everyone's mind, and rightfully so. Well, the answer of course, depends, as any good lawyer will tell you. The time it takes for a case to settle or conclude depends on many factors ...
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  • First Time DWI

    In Texas, if you are under 21 years of age and you test with a blood alcohol concentration level of 0.02% or greater after being stopped for suspicion of operated a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, you can be charged with a DWI. Likewise, if you are over the age of 21 and you are tested and are found to have a BAC of 0.08% or more, you will be charged with a DWI . If you are a ...
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  • Can You Expunge My Record?

    Although the two concepts are very similar, expungement , which is also called expunction, and record sealing are two distinctly different methods of securing information about your arrests. Expungement actually wipes away your record of arrest completely, while record sealing only hides the information from public view. With record sealing, someone must obtain a court order to view your records. ...
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  • Penalties for Marijuana Possession in Texas

    In Texas, possession of marijuana is covered under Section 481.121 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Under this Section, a person commits the offense of marijuana possession if he or she knowingly or intentionally possesses a usable quantity of marijuana. Marijuana possession can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony offense in Texas depending upon the amount in the individual's ...
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