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Manslaughter charge brought against Texas driver

Car accidents can happen to anyone. Unfortunately, some accidents can have fatal outcomes, and drivers could end up facing criminal charges if authorities believe that it suits the circumstances. In fact, charges for manslaughter could result, and a driver could be at risk of serious consequences.

COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS): What To Know About Harris County Stay At Home Order

On March 24, 2020, Lina Hidalgo, County Judge for Harris County, Texas, issued a "Stay Home, Work Safe" Order in effect through April 3rd, 2020. The shortest possible explanation of this order is that it restricts leaving home except for only "Essential Activities."

Judge finds stop illegal, throws out evidence

Our legal system allows enforcement officers to pull over drivers in certain situations — namely if the driver violated a traffic law. A failure to have a justifiable reason for the stop is not just frustrating for all involved, it is illegal. However, even with these laws protecting drivers throughout the country there are cases that involve police making stops based on false pretenses.

Mingledorff Law Offers No-Contact Consultations and Full Service During "Stay-At-Home" Orders Related to COVID-19 Coronavirus

Today, Harris County Judge, the Honorable Lina Hidalgo, issued a "Stay at Home Order," scheduled to take effect beginning 11:59 P.M tonight, Tuesday, March 24th, 2020, and is scheduled to remain through April 3rd, 2020. SEE Judge Hidalgo's Order Blow

Cops put GPS on car, suspect removes it, court chaos ensues ...

Using GPS devices in criminal investigations is gaining popularity with law enforcement. Law enforcement departments throughout the country are using this form of technology to track a suspect's movement and gather evidence to support criminal charges. In some cases, state law allows for the use of these small devices in this manner.

Texas woman facing heroin charges after investigation

When under investigation for any type of crime, individuals can feel nervous about the possible outcomes. In some cases, information gathered during the investigation could result in criminal charges for heroin possession or other drug-related allegations. If so, a person facing these accusations could have a difficult road ahead.

Animal abuse charges leveled against 2 men; cattle seized

Accusations of criminal activity do not automatically mean that a person is guilty. In fact, a person is presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in court. Still, it can be difficult for anyone to face criminal charges, especially those relating to animal abuse, and maintaining one's innocence is not always an easy task.

Disagreement leads to murder charges for Texas man

In many cases, it is wise to think twice before taking drastic measures to handle any type of situation. If someone believes that another person has wronged them, it may best to consider various options before simply reacting. Of course, some people do act on impulse, and if an impulsive act leads to the death of another person, murder charges could result.

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