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Revenge Porn in Texas: What Are the Consequences?

When a person, usually a former sexual partner, shares explicit images without their permission or consent in an effort to embarrass, humiliate or distress another person, that person could be in trouble in the state of Texas. The individual sharing those images has committed an act of revenge porn, and Texas takes that seriously. ...
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Can a Drug Dog Provide Probable Cause in Texas?

Posted on June 6, 2023 in
Most people living or frequently traveling through Texas are familiar with the use of drug dogs at airports and border checkpoints. The use of drug dogs often comes under fire, making their service questionable in establishing probable cause. If you or someone you know has been accused of a drug crime in Texas, let...
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What is Included in the Confrontation Clause?

Posted on April 24, 2023 in
The United States Constitution’s Sixth Amendment guarantees that the defendant in a criminal trial may confront witnesses that are testifying against them. Not only does it allow for the confrontation of witnesses, but this includes the opportunity to cross-examine them. This allows for the defendant’s legal team to question witnesses in court and challenge...
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Can I get Probation Instead of Jail in Harris County for Sexual Assault?

Posted on November 16, 2022 in
Texas law takes sexual assault very seriously. You are undoubtedly trying to avoid incarceration if you have been charged with sexual assault. The time to act is now. A Harris County criminal defense attorney can prepare you for the best action.  Best Case Scenario for a Harris County, Texas Sexual Assault Charge The goal...
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Is Lolicon Legal in the United States?

Posted on May 12, 2022 in
Yes, Lolicon—animated renderings of kids engaged in sex—is illegal in the United States, just like all other forms of child porn. Making, possessing, and/or distributing child pornography is against state and federal laws. All photographs and videos of children engaged in sexual activity, even simulated activity, are classified as child porn. Because of this,...
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