If Convicted of a Felony, Can I Legally Own a Gun?
Frequently I am contacted by someone with a Felony conviction that is years or even decades old, and they want to know if they can ever own a firearm again. The answer is more complicated than YES or NO. Under Texas law there is an exception permitting convicted felons to possess firearms, but only in […]Read More
POSSESSION OF THC CONCENTRATE IS A FELONY Possession of any detectable amount of Tetrahydrocannibinol (“THC”) in its concentrated form; also known as wax, dabs, shatter, marijuana concentrate, (whether in a vape-pen or otherwise), is a Felony in Texas. Yes, if you are caught with even less than a gram of THC concentrate, you could […]Read More
Whew! You found yourself locked up and jammed into a daunting and confusing court system. But you made it out unscathed! You (or more likely your lawyer) ere able to get the charges DISMISSED! All good, right? WRONG! Just because you got your charges dismissed does not mean that your record is clear. Far from […]Read More
Possession of Adderall without a Prescription is a Felony AGAIN The law change that made possession of Adderall (amphetamine / dextroamphetamine), Vyvanse (Lidexamphetamine) and other prescription stimulant medications a misdemeanor offense had a short life-span, just long enough for the Texas Legislature to have a year off and meet again. There is an old saying, […]Read More