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February 2014 Archives

Two charged in connection with theft of 300-year-old violin

Each day residents of the Houston, Texas, area find that they have lost property because someone else has taken it. While the items taken vary, there are certain objects all have probably gotten used to hearing about such as cell phones, computers, money and automobiles. Recently a theft in another state made the news as a result of the uniqueness of the item taken. The item was a nearly 300-year-old Stradivarius violin.

Member of popular band charged with drunk driving, again

A drunk driving arrest can happen to anyone who has had just a little bit too much to drink before operating a vehicle. For someone who has never faced this charge, the time following an arrest can be scary and confusing. Fears regarding having to spend time in jail may be the first thing that comes to mind. Fortunately, depending on the circumstances surrounding an arrest, it may be possible to minimize the consequences. The best chance of accomplishing this usually involves the assistance of a criminal defense lawyer.

Are zero-tolerance laws fair?

While many teenagers residing in Houston, Texas, may look like full-grown adults, their parents are probably the first to say that their children do not always operate at the maturity level one would like. Sometimes this leads to juveniles taking part in activities that leave them facing school discipline.

Grand jury does not indict man who shot sherrif's deputy

As we have mentioned in previous posts, the best approach for defending against a criminal charge varies depending on the circumstances surrounding an alleged crime. As it turns out, the circumstances surrounding an alleged crime also have a bearing on a charge being brought in the first place. A Texas man who shot and killed a sheriff’s deputy is finding that out firsthand. A grand jury recently decided against indicting the man for the death of the deputy.

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