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Blog Posts in 2012

  • Shoplifting During the Holidays

    Posted By || 24-Dec-2012

    During the holidays, virtually everyone wants to have a gift to give. While some people have the finances to spend money at the mall, less fortunate men and women may have no way to get the toys and clothes that they want to present to their friends and family. While it is illegal, many of these people are tempted to steal items in order to have some gift-giving materials for Christmas. Because of ...
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  • The Meth Problem in Texas

    Posted By || 24-Dec-2012

    Recently, anti-drug forces discovered a pathway used by meth smugglers to bring thousands of pounds of the dangerous drug into the United States and to distribute it to addicts all over the nation. According to the Dallas News, Mexican drug dealers began popping up all over Texas to distribute the drug shortly after the federal government launched an effort to punish the domestic producers. Meth ...
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  • During the winter, many people light their fireplaces inside or will make bonfires outdoors in order to warm themselves. While these fires can be festive and fun, there are times that they can become an issue. In fact, in parts of Collin County, the authorities have enacted burn bans that restrict all outdoor burning and fireworks in the area. Those that are in violation of the ban can be fined ...
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  • Even the authorities that are responsible for arresting and charging drug offenders in Texas can sometimes get into trouble. Recently, The Washington Post reported that the Texas Anti-Drug Task Force has been charged with guarding large amounts of cocaine. The task force was bribed to guard the shipments in exchange for a large sum of money, and they chose to compromise their role as anti-drug ...
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  • If you have painful bulging discs that give you discomfort and keep you from being able to work? This condition may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance if you can prove that the compensation is necessary. In order to qualify, you will need to prove that you are not working as a result of your condition. This means that you cannot be engaging in any substantial gainful activity. The ...
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  • As our world becomes increasingly electronic, Americans have seen the shift from waiting to instant gratification. For example, in the past letters were mailed and took days or weeks to arrive at the address of the recipient. Now, we use electronic e-mails which allow people to communicate across the world in a matter of seconds. An American can share photos with a friend in China in only seconds ...
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  • The Levels of DUI Prosecution in Texas

    Posted By || 23-Oct-2012

    If you are convicted of a DUI in Texas, the punishment you will receive will be contingent on whether or not you have already been arrested for a DUI, the conditions of your DUI, your attitude towards your DUI, and whether or not other people were harmed or put in danger as a result of your choice. According to the Texas DMV, you can also be punished for refusing to take a blood and breath test ...
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  • Most drug crimes in Texas are tied to drug rings which originated in the border country of Mexico. Across the border many drug lords and their gangs are trying to smuggle narcotics into the United States, where they believe that they can find willing buyers who will spend millions to receive the outlawed substances. In order to curb the drug crimes in Texas, many believe that the law enforcement ...
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  • According to the Federal Times, the SSA has halted mailing all paper statements of earnings and benefits to millions of Americans for the time being. They say that they cannot currently afford the millions that they will need to spend in production and postage costs in order to mail the tangible copies out to the Americans who typically receive the statements. Most of the mailers that will not go ...
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  • Because Texas borders Mexico, it has become a hub of activity for drug deals and trafficking. Because of this, the Drug Enforcement Agency works vigilantly to patrol the borders of Texas and arrest anyone that is connected to a drug deal, drug use, drug possession, or drug trafficking. In order to enhance these efforts, the state of Texas will now be installing some video surveillance systems on ...
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  • If you have a firearm or another weapon in your carry-on bag at the airport and don’t realize your mistake until the bag goes through screening, you can end up in deep trouble. According to the TSA, if you bring a weapon in a carry-on bag and attempt to bring it on the plane with you, the TSA will issue a notice of violation and a civil penalty assessment order. Because these regulations are ...
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  • Drug Search Dogs: Your Rights

    Posted By || 9-Oct-2012

    Many times the police use drug-sniffing dogs to help detect illegal smugglers or users in the state of Texas. When you are discovered by a drug dog, you have Constitutional rights that you can invoke. According to Avvo, you don’t need to consent to the search when dogs approach. Drug dogs must be properly trained and their handlers must be careful to monitor the procedure during the search ...
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  • If you are a Texan, then you should carefully review the new laws that go into effect every year. These new laws could change your sentence if you are charged with an offense, or permit you to be arrested for a crime that you didn’t even know was illegal. Recently, the 82 nd Texas legislature chose to include bath salts and synthetic marijuana in their Texas Controlled Substance Act. This ...
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  • If you have been charged with cooking up a dangerous narcotic like Meth, you can be charged with possession, manufacturing, intent to distribute, or a host of other crimes. You cannot be charged with leaving a mess behind. According to a recent article in the State Impact, there are not laws in Texas which command the clean-up r sterilization of a home after a meth cook is discovered there. ...
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  • Will SSDI Affect your Annuity?

    Posted By || 2-Oct-2012

    Annuity is a contract that is held between you and an insurance company. As a result of the annuity, you are able to receive payments to meet retirement and other long-range goals. Typically, you make a lump-sum payment or a series of payments earlier on in life. You set a future date for this annuity to return to you, and the insurance company promises to pay that annuity back later in life when ...
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  • If you have one of these diseases, then you may qualify for social security disability insurance. According to the Social Security Administration, the government will evaluate the origin of your malignancy and the extent of involvement that it creates when they determine whether or not you qualify for benefits. They will also want to look into the duration and frequency of any antineoplastic ...
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  • If you are on probation, you are expected to abide by a set of rules. If you fail to adhere to these rules, it can often mean that you will be re-arrested or tried for a probation violation in addition to your other crimes. Probation is a court sentence in and of itself. Those who are given probation normally had an attorney on their side to prove that they were not a threat to society and should ...
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  • Can I be Arrested for Gambling in Texas?

    Posted By || 17-Sep-2012

    Gambling is an activity that is commonly practiced, even if it isn’t exactly legal. It is important to know the various laws that have to do with gambling so that you can be aware of what is and is not legal in regards to this activity. According to the Texas Penal Code §47.02, a person commits an offense if he makes a bet on the partial or final result of a game or contest or makes a ...
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  • Did you know that in Texas you can be given civil penalties for a drug offense? These penalties are in addition to the criminal sentences that you may be issued upon being proven guilty of your crime. According to the Texas Tax Code, you are required to pay taxes on illegal drugs, and those expenses will need to be paid when the drugs are discovered. Normally, the civil penalties are not invoked ...
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  • The SSA and Immune System Disorders

    Posted By || 17-Sep-2012

    Do you believe that you are eligible for SSDI, despite the fact that you have denied for insurance by the administration? If so, then you need an SSDI lawyer at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC to represent you in court as you appeal your denial. If you have an immune system disorder, then you be entitled to disability insurance after all. According to the Social Security Administration Website, they ...
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  • Houston Woman Bites Sister's Nose Off

    Posted By || 11-Sep-2012

    A woman in the Houston, Texas area has been accused of biting her sister’s nose off after a violent spat. The police told KSAT News that Lluvia Rodriguez was in an argument with her husband after the couple spent a night out on the town at various clubs. Rodriguez brought her sister along for the night of celebration, which quickly turned into tragedy. According to reports, Ivon, ...
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  • In Mcallen, Texas a group of wily drug dealers were sneaking around law enforcement and dealing illegal narcotics to willing buyers. They also outfitted their drug customers with guns when they wanted them, smuggling the weapons to men who did not have a permit and may have wanted the gun for a dangerous reason. The men involved in the ring were al arrested earlier last month, and the final ...
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  • SSDI and Hematological Disorders

    Posted By || 11-Sep-2012

    If you have a hematological disorder then you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance. There are a variety of different illnesses that fall under this category and are a viable reason to receive government aid. First, the SSA recognizes impairments that are caused by anemia. Anemia is a disorder in which the blood does not carry as much oxygen as normal. It can often cause ...
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  • Woman Beaten and Raped by Homeless Man

    Posted By || 4-Sep-2012

    A South Dallas woman who only wanted to be hospitable was cruelly raped and beaten on August 30 th. The woman often opened her home to those without a place to sleep on rainy nights, which is exactly what she did last week. She offered a homeless man a place to stay, and he eagerly agreed. Once he had entered her apartment, the man beat and raped her, leaving her in the apartment for several days ...
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  • Depending on where you live, you may hear back about your Social Security Disability Insurance promptly, or it could take you years. According to KQED news, veterans who are waiting to hear back on a war-related disability claim in California often have to wait twice as long as those in South Dakota and other related areas. The U.S. Department of Veterans of Affairs has millions of claims to shift ...
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