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Oct 29, 2020

I am not even sure where to start with this one.  I suppose we start either with the chicken or the egg.  When criminal law attorney, Andrew Decker, had a case involving poultry that resulted in a criminal complaint, he found himself digging into the Texas Agriculture Code because his argument depended on open versus closed range law.  When I got a phone call where a domestic turkey owner was facing criminal charges--I knew just who to call.

Listen in for a couple of wild stories where some birds roamed and we ended up with a couple of cases where ag law met criminal law.

Contact Information for Andrew Decker 


(Phone) 817-332-3822

Links to Topics Mentioned on the Show

- Andrew & Andrew on Texas Criminal Defense podcast 

- My episode on hemp and criminal law on Andrew's podcast

- Ag Law in the Field Podcast episode on agriculture and mental health

- Andrew's podcast on the chicken killing case

- Ag Law in the Field Podcast episode on Fence Law 

- Five Strands handbook

- Owning Your Piece of Texas: Key Laws Texas Landowners Need to Know (Chapter 6 on Fence Law)