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What Constitutes Reckless Driving in Houston?

Posted in Texas Law on May 13, 2021

In Texas, the law requires drivers to follow traffic rules and drive responsibly. Failure to do so may result in a reckless driving charge.   If you face a reckless driving charge, contact Mary Conn Law to defend your case. Even for lower-level charges, you risk fines and jail time. Don’t take the risk, partner…

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Do You Need a Defense Attorney for Misdemeanor Charges in Houston?

Posted in Texas Law, Uncategorized on January 4, 2021

  Often, individuals don’t consider misdemeanor offenses a big deal. This is a mistake. In Houston, a misdemeanor offense can carry heavy consequences. Plus, misdemeanor offenses still impact your criminal record. Also, multiple misdemeanor convictions can lead to harsher sentencing. If you receive a misdemeanor charge, contact Mary Conn Law. We represent clients in Houston…

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Avoid DWI Charges This Holiday Season

Posted in Texas Law, Uncategorized on December 2, 2020

Traditionally, drinking and driving arrests increase around the holiday season. Don’t let a DWI ruin your holidays. Avoid driving if you’ve been drinking. However, if you do receive a DWI in Houston, contact Mary Conn Law to defend your case.   What is a DWI in Houston?   Like most states in the country, Texas…

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What to Do if You Face a Shoplifting Charge in Houston, Texas

Posted in Texas Law, Uncategorized on November 9, 2020

  The holiday season is upon us and with that comes an increase in shoplifting charges. Stores are more vigilant during the holidays. Plus, the pandemic has fewer people shopping in-person and retail businesses face tougher economic times. This combination means it’s more important and easier for businesses to be watchful and spot shoplifting.  …

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What Classifies as an Internet Crime in Houston?

Posted in Texas Law, Uncategorized on October 9, 2020

  Internet criminal behavior has severely increased over the past 20 years. State and federal laws have been created to define internet and computer crimes. As internet usage grows, the risk of criminal activity increases. You may not even be aware that your action is illegal.   Laws now cover cyberbullying and sexting along with…

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