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Death of horse leads to animal abuse charge for Texas man

An arrest can affect a person's life in many ways. When a young adult makes a decision that leads to criminal charges, the rest of his or her life could see the effects of that decision, especially if the case ends in a conviction. As a result, it is important to work toward lessening the negative outcomes for animal abuse charges as best as possible.

17-year-old faces capital murder charges in stabbing death

Houston residents may have heard about a recent incident involving two teenagers. When police arrived at the scene of a recent stabbing, they took a 17-year-old into custody. Reportedly, he was found with a knife, three cellphones and blood on his face as he skipped around on the street. When questioned, police say the teen admitted to the murder of the 18-year-old victim.

Man likely to review defense options after manslaughter charge

After consuming alcohol, many people do not always make the best decisions. While some individuals may think that the worst outcome will be a drunk driving charge, that is not necessarily the worst-case scenario. In fact, drunk drivers could be involved in a serious accident that leads to fatalities and manslaughter charges.

Woman facing possession charges after police find heroin

Anyone's life can have ups and downs, and it can be difficult to navigate either at times. For some individuals, their downs can be especially challenging to handle because they may end up in predicaments they have never faced before. For example, if a person faces drug charges for heroin possession, he or she has a long and likely complicated road ahead.

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