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Texas DWI and Your Firearms License: Can You Lose It?


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Thanks to the Second Amendment, law-abiding citizens living in the United States have the legal right to bear arms. Residents in the state of Texas may choose to obtain the proper permit and license to purchase assorted firearms for hunting or safety and protection. Many of these individuals will carry their firearms in a concealed…
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Texas DWI And Security Licenses: What You Need to Know


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A security license or security clearance may be necessary for some types of jobs in Texas. The process to obtain this clearance is long and hard, and nobody wants to lose it once they have obtained it. However, a DWI conviction could place you at the risk of losing your security license.     DWI Conviction…
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Why You Must Hire a Texas Drug Possession Attorney For Felony Drug Charges


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Texas law classifies drug crimes from the level of a misdemeanor to a felony. The offense is determined in accordance with the number of drugs involved.  At the lowest quantities, possession of controlled substances or possession of marijuana may be classified as a misdemeanor, but for higher quantities, the same offense may be treated as…
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Can A Texas Law Enforcement Officer Search My Vehicle If They Smell Marijuana?


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What do you do if you are pulled over by a cop who says that he needs to search your car because it smells of marijuana? Not a lot of people actually know the answer to this question, since they are not aware of the laws pertaining to marijuana possession in Texas and their legal…
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What Happens if I Refuse a Breath Test?


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Texas breath alcohol testing regulations fall within the ambit of the state’s “implied consent” law. Under this law, any driver lawfully arrested for a DWI offense must decide whether to submit to chemical testing to determine their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level or the presence of intoxicating drugs in their body system.  The law enforcement…
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