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THC is Still a Felony

Although cannabis laws are changing across the nation and the use of marijuana products has entered mainstream media, it is still illegal to possess and distribute marijuana in Texas. Marijuana offenses can carry a wide range of consequences, and it’s important to know what you may face if you are caught with the drug. THC…
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Drunk Driving Isn’t the Only Way to Score A DWI

By Brooke Price Before ever getting a driver’s license and starting the engine for the first time, we are told repeatedly about the dangers of drunk driving.  We are taught that the legal limit is 0.08, uber is installed on every cell phone, and a reliable designated driver is established. But what happens when we…
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The Consequences for Students Vaping at School

The way people smoke has evolved in the past few years, moving beyond paper to electronics. School officials in Texas are discovering vape pens may be filled with THC oil instead of tobacco. A report from the Texas Tribune details how some Texas school districts are installing “vape-detecting technology” sensors around campus and using drug-sniffing…
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Williamson County Prosecutor Drops Cases After New Texas Law

Newly enacted legislation could have a serious impact on marijuana possession cases in Williamson County and throughout the state of Texas. The state has recently implemented a hemp-related law on June 10th that requires law enforcement to test suspected cannabis for their THC level. If the level is at or above the legal limit of…
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Round Rock Starts Cite and Release Program

The Round Rock Police Department volunteered to be the first in Williamson County to implement the “cite and release” program created by the Texas Legislature through the passage of House Bill 2391 in 2007. On May 23, the Austin American-Statesman reported that since May 1, Round Rock police officers have had the option of issuing…
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Round Rock to Stop Jailing Invalid License, Marijuana Offenders

The Round Rock Police Department is set to become the first Williamson County agency to pilot a cite-and-release program. The Austin American-Statesman reported on September 18, 2016, that police will no longer be immediately jailing people for allegedly driving with an invalid license or possession of marijuana under 2 ounces. The Williamson County Commissioners Court…
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