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Brian Eppes

28 Oct 2022

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Pelosi Break-In: What could the Pelosi intruder be charged with in Texas?

The alleged assailant in the Pelosi house attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer. He was booked into the San Francisco jail on several felony charges, including attempted homicide, elder abuse, and assault with a deadly weapon. While all states have similar charges, what could he be charged with in Texas? * Burglary of a Habitation. […]

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Brian Eppes

27 Oct 2021

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Do You Know Your Texas Gun Rights?

Texas has a reputation for being very respectful and supportive of gun ownership and the 2nd Amendment, and the laws reflect that attitude. Many Texans own a firearm for both sporting uses and personal protection. There are more gun dealers in Texas than in any other state. There are very few restrictions on owning and […]

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Brian Eppes

11 Aug 2020

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Can You Videotape Police Officers? Know Your Rights!

Currently there are no federal or state laws exist that say it is illegal to videotape police officers. However, most U.S. courts hearing cases brought by people who were arrested for filming law enforcement have sided with the defendants, not the police. While it is generally agreed that when you video the police, the First […]

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