Domestic violence accusations are some of the most serious you can face. However, in some cases, a charge of domestic violence may be issued mistakenly or without sufficient proof. If you are facing a charge of continuous family violence in Texas, it is important to know what you are facing in the justice system and…

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No one gets in his or her car intending to kill someone. The penalties for DWI in Texas are significant enough without a death involved. Intoxication manslaughter is charged when a driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs causes a fatal motor vehicle accident. You may be arrested and charged with this crime even…

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When a couple with significantly different assets gets married, there can be some complications later on if they choose to divorce. Whether or not your spouse will be entitled to those assets depends on whether they are classified as separate or community property. Generally speaking, an inheritance is considered separate property; therefore, should you get…

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Even though Texas divorce statutes apply equally to the wealthy, middle-class, and poor, those in the wealthiest category may encounter particularly contentious issues related to child custody and community assets. Sometimes spouses in particularly wealthy marriages, when going through a divorce, feel victimized when the other spouse obtains an apparent disproportionate share of those assets…

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Arrests for operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol also apply to operating watercraft. In most respects, the charges and penalties for boating while intoxicated (BWI) are the same as for driving a vehicle while intoxicated. The tests and measurements used to determine the level of intoxication are the same. In addition…

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Regardless of age, getting caught with the possession of marijuana in the state of Texas is no small deal. Minors (those under the age of 18) in Texas who are charged with marijuana related offenses may be subject to considerable legal penalties and consequences. However, at the same time minors may benefit from some leniency…

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In a criminal trial, the prosecutor must present evidence that sufficiently convinces the jury or judge of the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The evidence required to meet this burden of proof is often substantial and can be derived from extensive investigations conducted by law enforcement. The various forms in which this evidence may…

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An Administrative License Revocation (ALR) hearing is the forum used to determine if your driver license should be suspended, because you were either arrested for Driving under the Influence (DUI), or refused to submit to breath or blood tests after being stopped for a DUI. You only have 15 days to request an ALR hearing,…

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