Gun Charges / Unlawful Carrying

Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon or other weapon charges.


Video Evidence & the Zimmerman Trial

Video Evidence & the Zimmerman Trial


Posted on Jul 11, 2013

Imagine that you are a criminal defendant.  You have been charged with the crime of murder.  One day, in the middle of the afternoon, a man approached you, and for no reason, physically attacked you.  In your defense, you pulled your concealed carry weapon and shot him, leading to his death. (We are using these facts as an example, not as a proposed reiteration of the Zimmerman case).  Now, you are charged with murder.  At the closing...

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What is Criminal Law (Texas)

What is Criminal Law (Texas)


Posted on Apr 3, 2013

Criminal Law Easy Illustrative Explanation When a person asks, “what is criminal law?” it is best to explain how the body of law works in the context of a regular person in every day life. Bobby goes to Dillard’s and he hides a purse in his jacket.  He passes the point of sale and leaves the store.  Security is called.  The security guard approaches and holds Bobby until the police arrive.  The police officer reviews...

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Concealed Carry Law

Concealed Carry Law


Posted on Aug 2, 2012

Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon & Concealed Carry Law Sometimes a person is actually seeking information on unlawful carrying of a weapon law, when they search “concealed carry law”.  This post covers both laws and how they work.  In Texas, the general rule of thumb is that you can carry a handgun, so long as you are heading home.  You can go purchase a gun, and drive to your own boat, motor vehicle or home with that...

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