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Misdemeanor Versus Felony. What’s The Difference?

Posted on Mar 22, 2019 by tgeadmin
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, the type of charge can make a big difference in the consequences you face. For example, being charged with a felony is much more serious than being charged with a misdemeanor. However, one very
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What Happens if You Drive with a Suspended License?

Posted on Mar 11, 2019 by tgeadmin
What happens in Texas if you drive with a suspended license? For many people, having access to a car is an important part of their daily life. You many need it to get to work, school or other important places. What happens if you have your licens
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Does Texas Have a Stand Your Ground Law?

Posted on Feb 15, 2019 by tgeadmin
People often wonder what their rights are when it comes to protecting themselves and their property. It is easier to do this in states like Texas that have a "stand your ground" law. About half of the US states have a version of this law. The sta
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What Can And Can’t The Police Pull You Over For?

Posted on Jan 16, 2019 by tgeadmin
If you’ve ever wondered what your rights are regarding being stopped by the police, then you’re not alone. Many people are unclear about what legal rights they have in this situation. We’re going to shed some light on when the police have a
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In Texas, What Is Legal Self-Defense?

Posted on Jan 14, 2019 by tgeadmin
We all have the “fight or flight” nature inside of ourselves. However, there are times when defending yourself may cause you to end up in legal jeopardy. This is when it’s important to understand what legal self-defense is, particularly in
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How to Get the Most Out of Meeting With Your Attorney

Posted on Dec 19, 2018 by tgeadmin
When you schedule a meeting with your attorney, it’s important that you make the best use of your time. Your attorney will want to get as much information from you as possible about your legal situation. If all goes well, at the end of the meet
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Texting and Driving. Is It Legal and Can You Be Charged?

Posted on Dec 18, 2018 by tgeadmin
Since September 1, 2017, it has been illegal for people in Texas to text while driving. Not only can you be charged by law enforcement for this infraction, but you can also be fined. For your first offense, you can be fined up to $99. However, a
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Can A DWI Affect Your Second Amendment Gun Rights

Posted on Dec 14, 2018 by tgeadmin
Gun laws are interesting, especially in the state of Texas. The topic of DWI and gun rights can get complicated but we're going to give you a quick breakdown of it. However, your right to own a gun is a Second Amendment right. A DWI can complicat
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What To Do if Charged with Marijuana Possession

Posted on Oct 22, 2018 by tgeadmin
If you're charged with marijuana possession in Texas, you face potentially serious legal consequences. By understanding your options after the charges, you are able to determine the appropriate course of action to address the situation. Experienc
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What To Do If Your Teenager is Charged with a DWI

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 by tgeadmin
Teenagers are a complex group who do not always think through their actions. A teenager DWI in Texas is a serious offense and you do not want to overlook the legal challenges of the situation. At Townsend, Gebhardt & Eppes, PLLC, we understa
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