Month: May 2021

Alcohol has a different effect on everyone. So while trying to gauge yourself you may be left wondering, “Am I sober enough to drive?” Theoretically, most adults can drive home after one drink at a restaurant. However, it can be challenging to assess whether you’re sober enough to make good decisions on the road. Obviously, …

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On April 30, the Texas House of Representatives passed House Bill 441 with 88-40 votes. Effectively, HB 441 could reduce the penalties for low-level marijuana possession charges. Plus, the bill could help many Texans already charged with possession as it would allow them to wipe charges from their criminal records.  House Bill 441 The new …

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Generally, before police officers can arrest you they must first obtain an arrest warrant. The arrest warrant is issued by a judge and allows police to detain you and seize any personal property suspected of being used to commit a crime. Police must be able to convince the judge that they have probable cause before …

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