San Antonio Laws
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San Antonio is the second-most populous city in Texas (after Houston), boasts a robust military industry, and is home of the Alamo. Just like any other large metropolis, the greater metropolitan San Antonio area has its share of traffic accidents, drunk driving arrests, and other matters that require some level of legal savvy. While you may want to contact an attorney for your case-specific questions, this section provides a comprehensive courthouse directory and articles covering a several different legal issues specific to San Antonio residents and visitors.
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