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Blog Posts in May, 2013

  • Lawmakers in both the Senate and the House support a bill that would require the guardians of all foster children to take caution before allowing them to take psychotropic drugs. The Senate says that the informed consent measure could become very helpful and beneficial to children in the foster care system. The Senate slightly revised the bill which already passed the house and has now been sent ...
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  • Texas House Approves Pro-Gun Laws

    || 28-May-2013

    At present, the federal government is looking into current gun laws and looking for areas that need improvement in order to further enhance the safety of Americans all throughout the nation. Lawmakers in Texas are doing the same on a state level, but the Texans are pro-gun and often saw their legislation in that direction. Recently, the Texas House of Representatives passed a bundle of new gun ...
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  • Burn Injuries and SSDI Applications

    || 28-May-2013

    Burn injuries can be extremely serious. If you suffered a third-degree burn, you may be in the hospital for weeks or months during recovery, and may even require skin grafts to cover charred areas of your body. Sometimes, individuals who have long-standing burn injuries with lengthy recovery times are able to receive SSDI while they are in recovery mode. According to the New York Injury News, your ...
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  • A Dallas man was sentenced to 20 years of incarceration after robbing a victim at the Plano mall. The suspect was allegedly armed at the time of the robbery. The 27-year-old with the initials A.D. committed his crime almost one year ago on June 13 th, 2012. He supposedly approached a car that was parked in the mall lot and demanded that the driver give him money. He was accompanied by another ...
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  • SSDI and Amputations

    || 20-May-2013

    The Social Security Administration has a list of criteria for amputations. If you lost a limb and your injury meets these standards, then you may be able to receive SSDI. Interestingly enough, not all amputations can lead to automatic SSDI. For example, if you lose a hand in a workplace accident, you may assume that you will be eligible for SSDI benefits that could keep you from needing to work. ...
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  • Criminal Defense in Pyramid Schemes

    || 14-May-2013

    In Texas, it is against the law to form a pyramid scheme. This is a type of investment fraud that is carried out over a digital medium such as an e-mail. People will create these false schemes in order to make money. They will send e-mails claiming that recipients can get a massive return on a small investment if they contribute to a business venture. Victims of pyramid schemes will put money into ...
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  • Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) is a chronic medical condition that range from mild to disabling. Victims of MCS blame their condition on a low-chemical exposure in their workplace or living space. Individuals blame their MCS on smoke inhalation, pesticides, synthetic fabrics, paint fumes, petroleum products, plastics, or scented objects to name a few of the commonly blamed culprits. MCS ...
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  • If you are suspected of a drug crime, the police legally have the right to search through your trash for evidence. Currently, the U.S. laws declared that there is no expectation of privacy in any trash that was put out by the curb. This means that law enforcement can search through your trash as much as they want to for any clues to a drug habit. The police find bags with traces of an illegal ...
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  • Changing rooms are places for individuals to have their privacy while they change into different outfits. Yet one man in Plano, Texas decided to use the privacy of the changing room for his own personal benefit. He installed a hidden camera at the Oak Point Recreation Center changing room so he could record people undressing and then watch the footage back later. After being discovered, the ...
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