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November 2017 Archives

Must one take a field sobriety test if they are pulled over?

It has become so routine for police to conduct field sobriety tests after they pull someone over on suspicion of drunk or drugged driving, that these tests have become part of our common culture. Many Texans are probably at least somewhat familiar with the various types of maneuvers the police will put drivers through, such as making them stand on one leg and say the alphabet or walk in a straight line.

Texas pair accused of stealing identification documents

Two people from nearby College Station have been accused of crimes related to identity theft or stolen documents. According to police, they received a tip that the couple were rummaging through tenants' mailboxes at an apartment complex where the couple used to live. Supposedly, the pair had been asked to move out of the apartment complex relatively recently.

2 strange criminal defense tactics from legal history

Many strange things happen on a day-to-day basis. Sometimes these strange things lead to injury, death or what looks like a criminal violation. However, criminal courts, and their juries and judges, make an effort to look at each criminal as a unique situation and decide the case accordingly.

Visitation rights of Texas grandparents

As is true in other parts of the country, many grandparents in and around Bryan, Texas, are actively involved in the lives of their grandchildren. They may see their grandchildren at least more than once a week, and some may even care for and see their grandchildren daily. Sometimes, a grandparent may even be the caregiver for their grandchild, stepping in to the shoes of the child's parents to give them the food, clothing, shelter and love they need.

Penalties in Texas for vandalism

With Halloween having just past, many young people in the Bryan area may now find themselves in legal trouble over what they thought was a harmless prank. Others may, to some extent, be in a worse situation since they are being accused of participating in a destructive prank when in fact they were not involved or, at worst, in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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