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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.

It was recently reported that one man in Texas was taken into custody after police were alerted to a body in a homeless camp. Police were called to perform a welfare check on a Sunday morning after someone alerted them to the body, which officers later found in a wooded area. A witness spoke with officers and said that he heard two people arguing on Friday and heard a gunshot. The body found by police had a gunshot wound in the chest.

The witness stated that he heard one man say that the victim would not leave so he shot him and that the two had been arguing over stolen property. The girlfriend of the suspect claimed to have heard a shot but also stated that the man said he was protecting her from the other individual. Authorities identified the suspect and took him into custody on a first-degree murder charge.

First-degree murder is a difficult allegation to handle. This Texas man will certainly want to go over his legal rights and options as well as the charges to ensure that he understands his predicament to the best of his ability. Though he may feel overwhelmed, he may want to remember that he is presumed innocent until -- and only if -- proven guilty in court and beyond a reasonable doubt.

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