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Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • Many individuals are arrested on drug charges, and then have to go through the painful process of withdrawals once they are inside their jail cell. Recently, three Nueces County jailers were charged with smuggling synthetic marijuana to inmates at the jail. One sheriff says that the three individuals resigned after they were accused. The investigators reviewed surveillance videos and then ...
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  • Child Custody for Halloween

    || 28-Oct-2013

    Halloween is not a full holiday, and children are still required to go to school that day. Yet it is still a special day for children to dress up in fun costumes and go trick-or-treating once they are home from school. As a result, both parents may want to partake in this special day with their kids. That can lead to heated discussions about child custody and visitation. If you run into conflict ...
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  • If you win the lottery while married, and if you live in a shared property state, then chances are that the courts will declare that you winnings are both yours and your spouse's. In some cases, when a divorcing spouse wins the lottery, his or her partner will be entitled to half of the winnings. This depends on which state you live in. A New Hampshire case regarding this issue was highlighted ...
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  • Gambling Laws in Texas

    || 22-Oct-2013

    In the great state of Texas, it is illegal to run any type of casino. The penal code also declares that keeping a place of gambling, communicating gambling information, or possessing gambling device with intent to further gambling (such as renting slot machines for parties) are all illegal actions that are punishable by the Texas Law. ON the other hand, a Texas resident cannot be penalized for ...
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  • Defenses to Drug Manufacturing Charges

    || 22-Oct-2013

    Drug manufacturing is a serious crime, and Plano residents who are charged with this offense will want to have a dedicated and hardworking Plano criminal defense attorney on their side. Manufacturing or cultivating an illegal narcotic is considered a violation of the Texas state law known as the Texas Controlled Substances act. This law lists a variety of different drugs that are placed into a ...
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  • Shutdown Furloughs Affect SSDI System

    || 15-Oct-2013

    Many SSDI recipients' checks are still going out, but many of the workers who regulate the payments and benefits are staying home as the government remains on furlough for the time being. If the federal budget issues aren't resolved soon, there is a risk of additional furloughs. About one dozen states have already furloughed hundreds of employees whose paychecks depend on federal funds. ...
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  • Liquid Meth: A Dangerous New Texas Drug

    || 15-Oct-2013

    According to The Observer, a liquid meth is a new trend among teens in Texas that is causing abnormal behavior and addiction. Teachers at Texas City's Blocker Middle School noticed some of the girls in a class acting delirious and rushed them to the emergency room before discovering small pieces of paper that were wrapped in tinfoil. The Galveston County Sheriff's Office inspected the ...
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  • A retired Social Security judge in the state of West Virginia collaborated with a lawyer to improperly award hundreds of applicants undeserved disability benefits. According to reports, the judge was accepting bribes to grant SSDI claims despite the fact that the claimants didn't technically qualify. The men involved in the scheme are now being charged for taking advantage of the federal ...
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  • About Trial Separation

    || 8-Oct-2013

    Trial separation is a separation that occurs when you and your spouse both agree that you need a break from your relationship. You may choose to live apart while you decide between divorce and reconciliation. While you are separated, the same legal rules apply as when you are married. You are still legally obligated to share property and will still be considered husband and wife in the eyes of the ...
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  • In Plano, Texas, a woman was found to have purchased a Mercedes-Benz valued at $97,285 that ended up being a part of a large-scale luxury car smuggling ring. This particular vehicle found itself In New York, along with a 2013 Porsche Cayenne, that were about to be shipped off to China to be sold. Among the very wealthy in China, there is a large market for high-end vehicles that are exported over ...
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