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  • A Drug Crime Can Lead to Deportation
    A Drug Crime Can Lead to Deportation

    Texas is home to a large immigrant community, and for those that are not citizens of the United States, a drug-related crime conviction can be the difference between staying in the country or being ...

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  • What Happens If My Child Has Been Arrested?
    What Happens If My Child Has Been Arrested?

    Kids under the age of 18 are not pardoned from arrest by law enforcement if they are accused of breaking the law. For parents, one of the hardest calls they may receive is one letting them know that ...

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  • Are You Truly Ready for Divorce?
    Are You Truly Ready for Divorce?

    Divorce can be a knee-jerk reaction for some couples. Instead of choosing to work through some of the more common issues and concerns, they opt to resolve matters through divorce. With nearly half of ...

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  • What To Know About SSDI Medical Exams
    What To Know About SSDI Medical Exams

    When any applicant makes a claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), they must prove that what they suffer from falls under the strict definition of disability as laid forth by the Social ...

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  • History of Marijuana In Texas
    History of Marijuana In Texas

    One of the best indicators of the hysteria surround marijuana in the early 1900's is the 1936 classic film Reefer Madness . The plot of this film involves two teenagers trying marijuana for the first ...

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  • Penalties for Resisting Arrest
    Penalties for Resisting Arrest

    Resisting arrest is defined by Texas law as any instance where a person prevents or obstructs law enforcement from carrying out an arrest, search, or transport of an accused person by force. It makes ...

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