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Watch the newest video in the Horak Law​ video series. In this video, Matt Horak explains DWI laws in Texas and the potential consequences for DWI, Commercial DWI, and DWI with Child Passenger conviction.

Receive a confidential review of your DWI case and learn more about DWI law in Texas by visiting http://www.matthoraklaw.com/.

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Texas Court of Criminal Appeals halts execution of man scheduled to be executed next week.
#TexasCriminalDefense #Appeals #ViolentCrimes

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Texas law differentiates between possession of a “dangerous drug” and possession of a “controlled substance.” A dangerous drug is defined as any drug that is unsafe for self-medication AND that is not included in Schedules I through V or Penalty Groups 1 through 4 as listed in the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Dangerous drugs include, but are not limited to, the following substances:

-Sudafed/Phenylephrine
-Pseudoephedrine, in OTC medications like Claritin D
-Dextromethorphan, a common ingredient in over-the-counter cold -medicines

To learn more about drug laws visit: http://www.matthoraklaw.com/CriminalDefense/DrugCharges.aspx

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If your son or daughter has been arrested for an alleged crime in The Woodlands, it's critical to contact an attorney who won't settle for the easiest outcome. Attorney Matt Horak will fight hard to ensure their futures are protected from criminal allegations.

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This is a troubling study that should make it more apparent why you need an experienced attorney at your side. All it takes is one aggressive prosecutor or law enforcement officer to confuse the accused individual into believing that they are guilty. Nobody should have to experience what The Central Park Five went through. 

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While marijuana is on the ballot in many states next week, it still very much remains a highly illegal substance in Texas. If you're facing charges for possession of cannabis, it's critical to work with an attorney with a strong track record in seeking positive outcomes such as case dismissal.
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