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Defense to animal abuse charges important for Texas man

Having criminal accusations brought against a person can make him or her immediately feel on edge. Wanting to defend oneself is commonly an immediate reaction, and it can be an important one when facing serious charges, like those for animal abuse. However, people facing this type of predicament may want to wait until the right time to present their defenses.

One man in Texas may be exploring his possible defense options after recently being arrested. Reports stated that authorities went to a location after receiving a call regarding abandoned dogs. When police arrived at the property, which was a rental, they found two malnourished dogs and one that was deceased. The landlord apparently made the call to authorities and informed them that he had evicted the tenant, who owned the dogs.

The dogs were taken to an animal welfare facility, and after further investigation, authorities issued three warrants for the former tenant's arrest. He was recently taken into custody. According to reports, he is facing felony charges for animal cruelty. At the time of the report, he was still in custody on a recommended bond of $10,000.

Felony charges for animal abuse are serious to address, and the man accused in this Texas case will undoubtedly want to defend against those allegations. In order to approach his case in the best possible way, he may find it useful to explore his defense options. Gaining information on the proceedings ahead and how he can help himself through the situation may allow him to feel more comfortable as his case moves forward.

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