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Answer: Thank you for your question.What follows may not be what you want to hear. However, please do not shoot the messenger. While I can control the quality of an answer, my control over the the content of an answer is restrained by the truth. Texas Health and Safety Code Section 481.117 covers possession of a substance in penalty group 3.If a person has less than 28 grams of the substance, it is classified as a Class A Misdemeanor. Texas Health and Safety Code, Section 481.117. In Texas, a Class A Misdemeanor is punishable by a fine of up to $4,000 and/or incarceration for up to 1 year. Texas Penal Code, Section 12.21. If you need additional clarification, please ask a follow-up question and I will be happy to elaborate. Please remember that we cannot provide legal advice/services through JustAnswer. Please click the green Accept Button for each and every answer and leave Positive Feedback so that I receive credit for answering your question. Bonuses are greatly appreciated. When leaving Feedback, please remember that Feedback is left for me as an answerer, rather than the content of the answer. While I enjoy to providing customers with the answers they want to hear, doing so is not always possible. If you need legal advice/services you should seek, in person, a local attorney as soon as possible. You can find one at: http://www.lawyers.com or http://www.martindale.com.
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