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Texas man facing murder charge after woman's body found

An accusation of a crime can easily turn a person's life upside down. When that accusation is in relation to murder, the entire ordeal may seem unbelievable. However, criminal charges are very real, and anyone facing allegations would be wise to gain information on how to handle this type of serious predicament.

Murder charge results after human bones found among cow bones

When a person is accused of taking another person's life, that individual faces one of the most serious legal predicaments possible. Allegations of murder can result in lengthy legal trials, the possibility of severe consequences and various other types of detriment. As a result, a person accused of such a crime has a long road ahead when it comes to handling the charges.

Texas man once again charged in child's murder

There are many ups and downs that can come with trying to handle criminal charges. In some cases, individuals could stand accused of a crime only to have the charge later dropped. Unfortunately, that does not always mean that the same individual will not come back around as suspect and face allegations again for serious crimes, like murder.

WHAT IS A "3G" OFFENSE?

People who have been around the criminal justice system are familiar with the term "3G" offense. This term came from Code of Criminal Procedure Article 42.12, Section 3G. The law was re-written in 2017 and is now contained in Code Article 42A.054 as an aggravated crime. But the content is the same. These are serious offenses, such as murder, sex crimes, crimes against children, crimes where a deadly weapon was used or exhibited, among others.

2 arrested for murder after robbery has fatal outcome

When an event goes wrong, the outcomes can be far from what was initially expected. Unfortunately, some outcomes can be more severe than others, especially in a situation where a drug deal goes bad and someone suffers fatal injuries. In such a scenario, it is likely for serious criminal charges for murder and other allegations to result.

Man arrested in relation to roommate's suspected murder

Being accused of a serious crime can put anyone on edge. Even if a person knows that he or she did nothing wrong, it may still be necessary to defend against allegations, especially if formal charges are filed. In cases where murder is suspected, accused parties may understandably worry about their futures.

Texas woman charged with assault after allegedly hitting husband

When tempers flare, it can be difficult for some individuals to keep their actions under control. Some parties may let their feelings get the better of them, and as a result, they could act in ways that may land them in serious trouble. For instance, if a person becomes angry, he or she may have a violent outburst that could lead to criminal charges for assault.

Texas man facing murder charge after officer dies

One of the most serious allegations a person could face relates to homicide. Though homicide can refer to different events that involve the death of a person, murder is typically considered the most severe. This means that if a person faces this charge, he or she has a long road ahead.

2 charged with murder in death of Texas college student

Facing criminal charges at a young age can result in long-term consequences for a person's life. In some cases, a person's age is taken into consideration as the court reviews the crime. However, that does not mean that a young person can go without exploring his or her criminal defense options, especially when murder is charged.

Woman facing manslaughter charge after accidentally shooting man

While accidents certainly do happen, some of them have tragic outcomes. A person may have never meant to harm someone else, but an unexpected event could occur that results in the death of an individual. In such cases, an accused party could face serious allegations, such as manslaughter, and need to defend him or herself against the charges.

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