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Defenses for Internet Sex Crimes in Texas

Posted in Criminal Defense on May 22, 2024

In the digital age, the prevalence of internet sex crimes has prompted stringent legal measures, particularly in Texas. Facing such charges can be deeply unsettling, impacting one’s reputation, relationships, employment, and future. However, understanding the available legal defenses is crucial for anyone accused. At Mary E. Conn & Associates, our team of lawyers is committed…

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What is Needed to Prove Sexual Assault in Texas?

Posted in Criminal Defense on May 20, 2024

Understanding the requirements for proving sexual assault in Texas is crucial for anyone navigating this challenging legal landscape. Sexual assault cases hinge on specific elements that must be clearly demonstrated for a conviction. Knowing these can help you better understand your rights and the legal process. In Texas, sexual assault involves any non-consensual sexual contact…

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What is the Age of Consent in Texas?

Posted in Texas Law on May 19, 2024

Understanding the legal age of consent in Texas is crucial for both teenagers and adults to ensure they adhere to the law and avoid serious legal consequences. In Texas, the age of consent is defined as the minimum age at which an individual is considered legally old enough to consent to participation in sexual activities….

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Is It Legal to Have a Loaded Gun in Your Car?

Posted in Texas Law on May 17, 2024

Understanding the legality of having a loaded gun in your car involves navigating a complex web of state and federal regulations. The simplest answer to whether it’s legal to carry a loaded firearm in your vehicle varies widely depending on where you are in the United States. In this discussion, we will explore the general…

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Arson vs. Accidental Fires: Defending Against False Accusations

Posted in Criminal Defense on March 23, 2024

Arson is a felony offense in Texas that should not be taken lightly. Arson is defined as intentionally starting a fire or causing an explosion to destroy or damage property. Such property includes land, buildings, fences, vehicles, or even vegetation. There are varying degrees of arson, and the severity of the charge depends on the…

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