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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by SIG_Fiend, Mar 2, 2008.
In post #3, the first link does not work.....change of name/and or address.
It worked for me. It pulled up a .pdf, it took a bit as usual with web based .pdf's but it appears to be working.
Odd, still not working for me....
Weird. We are talking about this one right?
All I did was "copy shortcut."
Your link does not work for me either....
Same one then. I'm not a computer or interwebs guru so sorry I can't be of any real help.
Because it's the same link. But I'm wondering, why not just go to the State site and pull it from there just so you're using the site.
However, the link is clean so even going to the site itself likely won't matter. The file is on an ftp site. You need to check your browser settings and make sure it allows ftp or if you're on a corporate network, your network may block it. If you're ftp savvy, just use your ftp program, whatever that is, if you have one.
Now, 5 pages later, I'll bold the first thing posted in this thread:
It's not a thread for discussion, just for posting the facts and laws as they relate to CHL's in our state.
The "first thing posted in this thread" doesn't seem to have deterred you in the least.
Correct the officer may not "arrest" for intoxication, but if you're carrying a CDL and driving a commercial vehicle, the officer only needs a BT refusal or an amount of 0.04% to tag you and your rig out of service for 24 hrs. The CDL is suspended until hearing and the driver gets a temp for 41 days.TX trans.code 524.011(f)
If one is a minor,which means when it comes to alcohol under the age of 21,"ANY detectable amount of alcohol in the minor's system." Thus the minor DUI, since DWI wouldn't apply.This is when an arrest would take place and or the officer issuing a citation to the minor(with promise to appear) and allowng someone else to drive. This doesn't have anything to do with CHL but it does add to the "intoxication" "alcohol" a tad bit.
Tx ABC 106.041 for the minor DUI