Chad West, PLLC has relocated! This month, we packed up our Davis Street office and moved our entire operation to our Tyler Street location. The move allows our firm to better serve all of Oak Cliff and affirms Chad’s commitment to bringing development and neighborhood protections to the Southern sector of Dallas.
The City of Dallas’ Cite and Release program for marijuana possession is only a few months old and already it seems that racial and geographic disparities will continue to be the norm for marijuana offenses.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Obama-era Cole memo, which ordered U.S. Attorneys in states where marijuana has been decriminalized (such as Colorado) to deprioritize prosecuting marijuana-related cases. Sessions’ policy change will cool marijuana business development and lead to a loss of revenue from taxes where the drug is legal.
Parents, are the kids going a little stir crazy? The Dallas Public Library Hampton-Illinois branch is hosting its Winter Festival on Dec. 16, and it’s the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and connect with our community.
The holiday season may not seem like a typical time to think through decisions about what will happen to you, your children and your property should you die or become incapacitated, but there may be no better gift you can give your family than the peace of mind of knowing your wishes and desires for the end of your life.
With the creation of Texas’s Compassionate Use Program (CUP) in 2015, the Texas Legislature has finally agreed to jump onto the medical marijuana bandwagon. Here are the Top 5 things you should know about this change in law and the program's implementation.