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Charge Enhancements/Habitual Offender in Texas

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I read in a law book a few years back that for the criminal justice system to file habitual offender upon an individual their crime(s) committed have to be of like nature. Is this still true in Texas or can they file habitual offender on you for any three felonies? Also how many years must have gone by to where they no longer are able to file habitual offender on you, like if I caught a case at 19, another at 25, and another at the age of 45 can they still file habitual? Is it done by conviction date or by sentence completion?

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