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How COVID-19 Could Affect Your Court Appearance
How COVID-19 Could Affect Your Court Appearance

The Supreme Court of Texas has issued its 33 rd Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster (link opens a PDF). This means statewide COVID-19 restrictions have been expanded and will continue until April 1, 2021. Although the state has a collection of rules that ...

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  • How COVID-19 Could Affect Your Court Appearance

    The Supreme Court of Texas has issued its 33 rd Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster (link opens a PDF). This means statewide COVID-19 restrictions have been expanded and will ...

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  • Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas Enter Emergency Order on Court Proceedings, Regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) State of Disaster.

    After Governor Abbott’s disaster proclamation earlier Friday, the Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals have entered an emergency order modifying and suspending certain provisions related to ...

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  • Police Are Using Fake "Drug Inspection Lane Ahead" Signs to Snare Travelers with Contraband

    Police in Texas, like many in states elsewhere are using fake “Drug Inspection Lane Ahead” signs to dupe motorist carrying contraband into telling on themselves in highway drug interdiction ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Texas "Legalizing Marijuana"

    In June of 2016, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law that allows patients suffering from epilepsy and seizures the right to access cannabis oil with low levels of THC. Texas has been ...

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  • DWI Consequences for Habitual Offenders

    The law views anyone who has been charged with more than three DWI as a habitual offender. After you have committed your first DWI, the consequences get more severe should you commit any further DWIs. ...

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  • 5 DWI Myths in Fort Worth

    Fort Worth DWI Attorney Whether you’ve been drinking alcohol for years or you just turned 21, you have likely heard a few myths about driving under the influence in Fort Worth. In order to keep ...

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