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Received: Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Re: Whether Code of Criminal Procedure article 55.01(a)(1)(C), which provides for the expunction of all records and files relating to the arrest of a person convicted of unlawfully carrying certain weapons, includes expunction of the conviction itself


The Honorable Mark A. Gonzalez
Nueces County District Attorney
901 Leopard, Room 206
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401


Comments:
Excellent - and I don't even own a gun.
Posted by Bob d'Aigle at 9/4/2021 3:24:18 PM

No I do not believe they should be expunged. If they were carrying a weapon before the new law and was arrested for same, what was the purpose of carrying the weapon knowing it was against the law and for what purpose were they carrying the weapon knowing it was against the law? The law that makes it legal for any and everyone to carry a weapon without and training or learning how to properly use the weapon was a stupid again STUPID law to put into effect.
Posted by What'stheuse at 9/9/2021 1:50:43 PM

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