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Written by attorney Gerald Harris Goldstein | Nov 17, 2014

Necessity Defense in Texas Firearms Possession Cases

It is possible for a person in Texas facing charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm to assert an affirmative defense called "necessity." The defendant must have reasonably believed carrying the firearm was necessary to avoid imminent harm.

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