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Lone Star Law

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Animal Planet expands its family of wildlife law enforcement series, adding to Maine's "North Woods Law" an offering that follows an elite patrol force in Texas. "Lone Star Law" features the men and women of the Texas Game Wardens who protect more than a quarter-million square miles of deserts, lakes, piney woods, bayous, plains and coast in the second-largest state in the U.S. Whether rushing to investigate poaching cases, save flash-flood victims, disrupt illegal smuggling rings, or rescue injured wildlife, the officers are always on the go, defending both animals and citizens.

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Warden Tommy Johnson pays a surprise visit to the home of a known poacher; Warden Mike Boone relocates an alligator snapping turtle; Wardens Inman and Eddins get a poacher to confess; Warden Jennifer Provaznik educates fishermen.
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A man gets seriously injured and sent to the hospital after a Jet Ski accident; Wardens hunt down someone shooting down doves in a residential neighborhood; a partygoer has one too many drinks on Lake Lewisville.
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Texas Game Warden Benny Richards is committed to conserving Texas wildlife; Game Warden Albert Flores enforces fishing laws; Game Warden Jennifer Provaznik schools anglers; Game Warden Jayme Deschaaf makes sure dove hunters follow the laws.
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On Lake Sam Rayburn, a water patrol turns into a cry for help; the wardens serve a warrant to a man who illegally shot a hog; a drug arrest leads a game warden into a manhunt.
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A check for a fishing license takes an unlikely turn and an abandoned car is found on private property. Wardens Sellers and Roraback are in pursuit of illicit hunters, and zebra mussels are suspected of being illegally transported in Llano County.
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It's the opening of deer and oyster season in Texas and Game Wardens find illegal undersized oysters; in East Texas, Game Wardens patrol deer camps; an owl is rescued from a chicken coop and set free.
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Game Warden McGee rushes to a domestic altercation; Zuniga and Roel run into trespassers; Provasnik inspects a potentially stolen jet ski; Richards and McGee team up on an investigation, and a baby squirrel is rescued.
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Game Warden Boone responds to a venomous rattlesnake; game wardens investigate the illegal killing of a goose in the Texas Panhandle; Game Wardens follow up on a tip about a man going over the fishing limit.
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A feisty gator in Galveston County needs a new home; shrimpers try to conceal their catch; a family's property is damaged by stray bullets; the wardens stage a boat crash.
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A landowner is spoken to for a second time about illegal hunting; an injured deer is found hiding in a shed; wardens notice a suspicious driver hiding something under his seat.
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A deer poacher is busted, a baby rattlesnake is rescued, a hummingbird evades capture, and a raccoon is released into the wild; the wardens also respond to flooding conditions and a car accident.
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Game Warden Herchman saves an owl; Game Wardens Richards and McGee team up to work a case in an archery-only county; Game Wardens Benge and King investigate a poaching case.
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Down on the Mexican border, game wardens pull in an illegal gill net; a group caught trespassing carries firearms and narcotics; game wardens question a man suspected of illegally hunting on private property.
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A new cadet almost gets run down; Warden Boone investigates an armed trespasser; a Mexican boat in U.S. waters gets investigated for illegal nets.
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Dockery responds to a call about an alligator found near a residential area; game wardens find blood in a hunter's car after the hunter claimed he didn't shoot anything; Boone follows up on a call about five raccoons in someone's home.
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Game wardens are ready for springtime in Texas; wardens investigate a video of an illegal hunter; a concerned citizen reports a hunter on his property; a fisherman is illegally catching oysters; a game warden smells something fishy going on.
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Inman and Eddins assist on a manhunt when a suspect runs a constable off the road; an ordinary fishing check in Navarro County leads Amundson to illegal activity; in Jasper County, game wardens patrol an area after receiving trespassing complaints.
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In East Texas a young woman is served an arrest warrant; a fisherman has no fishing license but plenty of outstanding warrants; outside Austin, someone illegally dumps a pile of trash.
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Texas Game Wardens search for illegal fishers and hunt a trapper along the Rio Grande River who may be selling live coyotes up north; undercover sting to stop someone from harassing deer hunters reveals a more serious crime.
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Texas Game Wardens must relocate a 500-lb gator roaming a suburban area; plus, they uncover a large marijuana grow hidden in a wildlife preserve.
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Game wardens patrol the Rio Grande in search of an unidentified body; Warden Powell investigates an unusual deer case; Wardens Boone and Ataya respond to a call about mountain lions being shot in a woman's backyard.

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