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Woman charged after drive-by shooting injures child

The choices that people make do not have to define them for the rest of their lives. Still, some decisions can have immediate consequences that need to be addressed quickly in efforts to mitigate the negative effects those decisions may have. For instance, if a person is accused of participating in a drive-by shooting, he or she may want to look into criminal defense options.

One woman in Texas will undoubtedly want to handle her case as best as possible after her recent arrest. Apparently, the woman planned a drive-by shooting because she believed that a person had stolen drugs and money from her. The shooting targeted the person's house, and the woman allegedly stated that she drove the shooter to the house.

During the shooting, a 6-year-old boy and a grandmother were injured. The child was in critical condition at the time of the report, and the grandmother was treated and released. Authorities used surveillance video and witness statements to identify the vehicle involved, which later led to the woman's arrest. She is currently facing charges for aggravated assault.

This Texas woman may wonder what outcomes her case will have, and it can be difficult to predict. Her situation can hinge on many details of the event and her arrest, so she may want to go over her available criminal defense options in efforts to find the best strategies for combating the charges stemming from the drive-by shooting. Gaining information from reliable legal resources may better ensure that the information applies to her specific case.

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