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April 2, 2014

Texas' "Take No Chances Policy:" A way around probable cause?

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 In 2013, Larry Davis was pulled over on suspicion of driving while impaired (DWI).  He fully cooperated with a breath test, and blew a 0.0.  He also offered to submit to a blood test to check for other types of drugs; the blood test found none in his system.  He  voluntarily performed a field sobriety test; the police decided Mr. Davis' performance was "subpar."  Mr. Davis was arrested and forced to spend the night in jail.  He also had to obtain an attorney, wait a year until his case worked its way through the system, and was eventually dismissed because it was too weak to win in court.

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January 11, 2010

Russ Baker gets Not Guilty on Possession of Marijuana case

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Russ Baker recently represented a Hispanic gentlemen on a Possession of Marijuana case. Adding to the complexity of the case was the fact he was in the United States with no immigration status.

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