Texas state parks, even ones near Austin, aren’t as remote as most people think. In fact, they’re heavily monitored by special personnel trained to enforce the law and catch those who break it. Common arrests made by park police include:
Possession of Controlled Substance
Building fires when a burn ban is in place
If you do find yourself facing criminal charges after a camping trip, all hope is not lost. In our latest article for the Austin-based publication, Do512, we explain everything you need to know about facing a criminal arrest at a Texas State Park, including how to overcome it.
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If you’ve been arrested for a criminal offense in a state park in Travis County, Bastrop County, Hays County, Williamson County, Blanco County, Burnet County, or nearby, call (512)269-0260 for a free case consultation with Austin, Texas criminal defense attorney, Chris Perri.