What Is the Punishment for Evading Arrest in Texas?

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The punishment for evading arrest in Texas can be a Class B misdemeanor punishable by up to 180 days in jail and/or $2000. However, if a vehicle is used to evade arrest it becomes a state jail felony class 2 or 3. Penalties range from over 180 days to 20 years and $10,000, depending on prior record.
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