Note that the 4th Court of Appeals (San Antonio) has ruled it to be unconstitutional. Any guess on when the Court of Criminal Appeals might hear discretionary review on the San Antonio case? Thank you.
There are probably lots of websites/blogs dedicated to the type of discussion you seek to engage in--however, this site is not designed for such hypothetical legal back and forth. This site is for folks with real problems seeking a legal 'shove in the right direction' to address their issues.
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I agree with Mr. Rafter.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,