Felons and Firearms: Can a Convicted Felon Have a Gun in Texas?

Felons and Firearms: Can a Convicted Felon Have a Gun in Texas?

Firearms Austin Texas Certain categories of people are prohibited under the law from possessing firearms; this includes convicted felons. State and federal laws differ when it comes to felons and firearms. While federal law does not allow felons to possess firearms,...
A Few Words About Texas Self-Defense Laws

A Few Words About Texas Self-Defense Laws

Self-defense refers to an individual’s right to use force to defend oneself against another party because of a reasonable belief that the other party intended to cause bodily harm or death; it is when force is used to prevent suffering further violence. In America,...
Facing Charges for Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon in Texas

Facing Charges for Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon in Texas

Austin criminal defense lawyer The State of Texas has been one of the strongest supporters of the US Constitution’s Second Amendment right to bear arms for all Americans over the years. That said, the state still understands the need for laws regarding carrying...
Lower Court Rulings Regarding Redrawing Texas Election Maps Blocked By Supreme Court

Dawnna Dukes Felony Charges Reportedly Placed On Hold

According to a recent report, felony charges against Texas state Representative Dawnna Dukes are being placed on hold by Travis County prosecutors. This is reportedly being done while they continue to investigate information in relation to travel vouchers that pertain...