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Blog Posts in July, 2014

  • A Weirton woman, T.E., recently went to her local Walmart to re-stock on the everyday necessities for her grandchildren. However, when she swiped her Direct Express card, her funds were denied. The woman looks after two of her grandchildren, one who has had open heart surgery, and the other who has autism. Her daughter has MS, which is why T.E. relies on the social security benefits for support. ...
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  • On Monday, July 21, Governor Rick Perry announced that he will send as many as 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Rio Grande Valley to fight crime, while other authorities are overwhelmed by a massive wave of unaccompanied children from Central America. Referred to as "Operation Strong Safety", the effort aims to combat crime along the border, and will specifically target Mexican ...
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  • Man Arrested for a 1989 Homicide

    || 28-Jul-2014

    After new evidence surfaced in the 1989 Plano homicide case, a Dallas man, T.C., who was already serving prison time, was charged. The victim's body was found in a ditch on November 25 of 1989. According to the Collin County medical examiner's office, the woman, S.T., had been strangled. The victim told her husband that she was going to visit a friend, and he reported her missing the next ...
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  • Why Pursue the Collaborative Method?

    || 28-Jul-2014

    Filing for divorce can be overwhelming enough, and when constant argument is involved, the process can become additionally stressful. In order to avoid having to spend time, money, and energy in the courtroom, many couples choose to pursue collaborative divorce. This enables the parties and their attorneys to enter into agreements, allowing them to dissolve their marriage in a manner that is ...
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  • Are you facing drug charges from a test that was administered in the workplace? Do you have reason to believe that you were tested illegally in your place of work? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, it may benefit you to contact a Plano drug crime attorney from Zendeh Del Law Firm. Federal law places few limits on employer drug testing. While certain industries are ...
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  • As a grandparent, it is likely that you have grown a love for your grandchildren that is as strong as if they were your very own children. This is why it can be upsetting when you feel that the conditions your grandchildren are living in are unsuitable. In these types of cases, grandparents typically believe that they have the right to obtain conservatorship of the child. These cases always begin ...
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  • Former Teacher Accused of Sexual Assault

    || 22-Jul-2014

    Former Carrollton school teacher, aged 66, has been charged for sexually assaulting multiple students. The school is a private school for children with learning disabilities. The man was arrested on four counts of sexual assault of one child, and one count of indecency with a child by contact. According to police, there is also a fifth count of sexual assault that is pending. The man helped find ...
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  • Not necessarily. For non-citizens who have paid certain taxes and are lawful permanent residents or are on valid nonimmigrant visas, it might be possible to collect Social Security Disability benefits. If you are a non-citizen, can you answer yes to any of the following? Do you have a green card? Are you lawfully present on a visa? Are you an active duty member or veteran of the U.S. military? If ...
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  • A man with the initials C.H. made national headlines last month when he was sentenced to the harshest punishment for a failure to pay child support. C.H. was sentenced to six months behind bars for failing to pay the court-ordered child support to his ex and son. According to Forward Times, the father did not know that his child support payments were not going through. He allegedly had set up the ...
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  • According to the Plano Police, smash and grab burglaries appear to be on the rise. In the year 2013, the department arrested 16 people of car break-ins. Many of these suspects were also suspected to have ties with a crime ring that is operating out of Florida. The police say that their research reveals a drop in smash and grab car burglaries that started in January and continued through mid-April. ...
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  • If you have an anxiety disorder that prevents you from working, you may be able to apply for SSDI. Oftentimes, individuals that suffer from anxiety disorders are unable to work. The pressure can cause them to have panic attacks and they may be unable to function under deadlines or work under authority. The SSA recognizes anxiety disorder as a form of mental disability and often pays disability ...
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  • There is a stretch of land beginning in a Texas border city and stretching to a Palm Beach County truck yard. This route was travelled by cocaine dealers as a part of a drug trafficking organization until the last week of June. At this time, federal authorities arrested eight people in South Florida and McAllen, Texas for drug charges. All of them are in custody and will face their charges before ...
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  • If you are interested in appealing disability insurance, you should talk with an attorney. A lot of disability claims are denied the first time around but on the second attempt they may be accepted and approved. If your application is denied on the second try, it could take a third time to push it to approval. This is the way that the insurance industry tends to operate. If you have received a ...
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  • Hot Car Deaths and Murder Charges

    || 7-Jul-2014

    If you leave your child in a hot car with the windows up, that child can die from suffocation. Recently in Georgia, a father was charged with felony murder for leaving his child in a hot car for seven hours. In this case, the police discovered evidence which suggests that the child's death was not an accident. The defendant in this case claims that he had no intent to leave the child in the ...
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  • Child Custody in Rape Cases

    || 7-Jul-2014

    If you were the victim of rape and become pregnant, your attacker may seek child custody. People often assume that when a woman is raped, she should be protected from her attacker. However, this is not always true. The Texas Family Code gives protection to a woman who conceives a child after a sexual attack or a criminal act. The woman has the right to seek termination of parental rights in order ...
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  • Texas is known for being very strict when it comes to drug crimes, as the state enforces serious penalties for the charges of drug use and possession. Unlike many other states, Texas does not decriminalize minor marijuana possession, which means that even the smallest amount of marijuana can lead to a jail sentence and heavy fine. The specifics of your penalties will be based upon the weight of ...
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  • What is Innocent Owner Defense?

    || 1-Jul-2014

    If you are charged with a drug crime in Texas, you may want to argue that you are innocent using the innocent owner defense. This is a concept in the United States law that allows an owner of property to claim that they are innocent of crime. If successful in proving innocent owner defense, an individual can make sure that the government does not forfeit his or her property. Asset forfeiture is a ...
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