New Texas Law Impacts Marijuana Charges

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Brenna Mills
June 29, 2019

Partner Colin McLaughlin was featured on CBS DFW Channel 11 News discussing the new Texas hemp law and it’s collateral impact on Texas Marijuana Charges.

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Being proactive, the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed over 200 marijuana charges recently due to the new Texas Law on hemp and THC thresholds to make sure that no one is being prosecuted unfairly.

From the Article:

“The Texas Legislature voted overwhelmingly this past session to legalize hemp farming. “With many laws there are unintended consequences. This law is absolutely no exception,” said attorney Colin McLaughlin.  McLaughlin said the new law distinguishes hemp from marijuana by defining it as cannabis with less than .3 percent THC.

Colin McLaughlin is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  He is a former prosecutor in Tarrant and Harris County and also clerked for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, the State’s Highest Criminal Court.  If you need help with a marijuana charge or other criminal case, give Hoeller McLaughlin PLLC a call at 817-334-7900.

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