Gale Law Group
525 Clifford Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78404

Criminal Defense

February 14, 2022

What are the Differences Between Drug Trafficking, Distribution, Possession, and Manufacturing?

Drug crimes have gotten a great deal of attention in the last several decades. Every state (including Texas) has laws against the possession, manufacturing, and sale of certain controlled substances.

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drug crimes
January 15, 2022

What Are Your Rights if You’re Arrested in Texas?

Depending on what the officer does or doesn’t do, your rights may have been violated.

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arrest rights in texas
December 15, 2021

What is the Difference Between Civil and Criminal Law?

Laws can be classified in a number of different ways, and one of the broader classifications divides them into two basic groups: civil and criminal.

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law in corpus christi
November 12, 2021

Defending Murder Cases

Any death that is the result of negligence or the actions of someone else (regardless of whether another crime was reported) may be tried in court as murder or homicide.

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defense of murder
October 15, 2021

Corpus Christi is Ranked 43rd in America for Violent Crimes

If you’re a resident of Corpus Christi, you have a 1 in 115 chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime. This is in a city with a population of over 326,000 people.

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crime in corpus christi
September 20, 2021

Repeat Offender Sentencing Laws in Texas

If you had at least two previous felony charges and committed a third offense, you could be considered a habitual offender.

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repeat offender
August 15, 2021

How to Defend Against a DWI in Corpus Christi

While a Texas DWI is considered a criminal offense, it’s a specific area that requires a more specialized understanding of the laws, the tests being used as evidence, the practices and policies of law enforcement with regard to collecting this evidence, as well as the court system.

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DWI Defense
July 15, 2021

Less Marijuana Penalties in Corpus Christi

Any substance with a concentration of THC that’s below 0.3% is considered legal, but Texas crime labs don’t have the equipment needed to determine the actual amount of THC.

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Marijuana Laws
June 25, 2021

Cocaine Laws in Texas

The term “possession” refers to the “actual care, custody, control, or management” of a substance. To be guilty of possession, you must intentionally or knowingly have cocaine on your person.

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May 15, 2021

What is a Deferred Adjudication and How Could it Help You?

A deferred adjudication doesn’t disappear if you complete it successfully. You will have to file a petition for non-disclosure so the record can be sealed, and not all offenses are eligible.

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Deferred Adjudication