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Blog Posts in February, 2013

  • Collin County Approves Veterans' Court

    || 27-Feb-2013

    In light of recent report from the Department of Veterans' Affairs that implied almost 10% of arrested persons have served in the military, Collin County, FL has decided to create a Veterans' Court. This would give veterans with combat-related mental impairments the chance to complete a stringent program instead of going to jail. The Collin County District Attorney would determine ...
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  • Lupus and SSDI Benefits

    || 25-Feb-2013

    If you are suffering from lupus then chances are that you will be able to obtain Social Security Disability Benefits as a result of your illness. According to AllSup, those with this illness will need to prove that they are not able to work hard enough to receive more than $1,040 a money. This is the cut-off rate for most individuals and is enough to disqualify a person from receiving these ...
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  • When people think of drug crimes, they usually evoke visions of people dealing illegal narcotics. Yet there is another type of drug crime that is not as commonly publicized and that is the crime of producing over-the-counter pharmaceuticals but not following the proper protocol. A Fort-Worth based company called Sovereign pharmaceuticals was recently contact by the United States Food and Drug ...
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  • Synthetic drugs are strong narcotics that can make users violent, dangerous, or incapacitated in a matter of minutes. In the state of Texas, it is illegal to buy or sell synthetic drugs. Unfortunately, the substances aren’t too hard to cook up, and for some teens it is easy to head to the nearest convenience store and gather the ingredients necessary to cook up a powerful, synthetic drug. ...
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  • In Houston on February 15 th, law enforcement officers announced that they would be performing an event called the 2013 Great Texas Warrant Round-Up. According to the Cypress Creek Mirror, law enforcement workers from the City of Houston’s Municipal Courts Department and the Houston Police Department will be only a few of the many agencies which will come together to search for all ...
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  • Puppy mills are breeding houses where owners are constantly raising and selling puppies for profit. Oftentimes these breeding houses sell their dogs to local pet stores, or will put the pets up online for sale. Unfortunately, puppy mills are often unsanitary and ridden with disease. A new law in the state is trying to crack down on puppy mill breeders and make sure that people are not abusing ...
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  • Driving while under the influence ( DWI ) is a serious offense in the state of Texas. Anyone caught driving while under the influence can expect to face jail-time, fines, probation, license suspension, community service and more. Texas DWI enforcement officers are charged with the duty and responsibility of locating and arresting those individuals who are knowingly putting others in danger by ...
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  • When the driver of a vehicle is involved in a car accident that causes injury to another person, or damage to another person's property, yet they fail to stop and give their name, license number, and other contact information as required by law, it is considered to be a hit and run. In the state of Texas, any driver who is involved in an accident resulting in damage, injury or death is ...
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  • The majority of transactions that take place between individuals, companies, banks, governments and others, are now being completed online. With the numerous security, and technology, advances that have been made on the internet, more and more people are opting to ditch their paper trails in favor of a digital trail. Due to the fact that approximately 5 million paper checks are mailed to federal ...
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