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Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • Houston Teacher is the Real "Breaking Bad"

    || 30-Sep-2014

    A Houston high school chemistry teacher may have been a little too influenced by popular television show "Breaking Bad." The 29-year-old woman was arrested on drug charges after police found the recipe to manufacture date rape drugs in the teacher's backpack. Houston Teacher Facing Serious Drug Charges In a raid on the teacher's home, law enforcement uncovered a shotgun, ...
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  • Is Mediation Right for You?

    || 25-Sep-2014

    Divorce mediation is becoming a more and more popular trend in divorce proceedings. As couples begin to look at divorce as closing a chapter in their lives, mediation is seen as a way to help maintain positivity between the couple. Positives of Divorce Mediation Mediation is the process whereby the couple negotiates a divorce between themselves, outside of the court system. A nonbiased third party ...
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  • Talking about SSI During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    || 24-Sep-2014

    September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. With an annual childhood cancer diagnosis of 13,000 children under the age of 21, many families find themselves affected by this. While cancer can be a financial burden on a family, Social Security can help assist families of a child with cancer or other serious disability. SSI for Children The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) ...
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  • Texas Law on Boating While Intoxicated

    || 24-Sep-2014

    Many people have been warned about the dangers of operating a car while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. However it is not just car and truck drivers that must follow these driving regulations! Operating a boat while under the influence can also carry severe penalties in Texas. Penalties for BUI in Texas Texas has the largest number of inland waterways than any state in the country, ...
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  • Texas Man Charged In Synthetic Drugs Case

    || 23-Sep-2014

    A Texas man accused of selling synthetic drugs all over the United States has been sentenced to over 20 years in prison. The drugs are linked to the deaths of two individuals in North Dakota. North Dakota Deaths Due to Synthetic Drugs The Texas man is said to have sold hallucinogenic chemicals to a man in North Dakota. The man in North Dakota cooked the drugs using the chemicals and sold them to ...
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  • A new program that launched in Texas requires all drivers to submit to a complete fingerprinting. Previous Texas regulations required only a thumbprint to be recorded. State lawmakers claim that no legal approval was given to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to launch this program. Reasoning behind the fingerprinting measure is to protect against incorrect license distribution and due ...
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  • The mastermind behind a large-scale Social Security scam involving dozens of retired members of the New York Police Department and the Fire Department of New York has pleaded guilty to all charges leveled against him. Retired Ringleaders Head Fraud The leader is facing less than 4 ½ years behind bars by pleading guilty to first-degree grand larceny and agreeing to assist law enforcement in ...
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  • Should You Get a Prenup?

    || 17-Sep-2014

    Marriage is more than a partnership between two people that are in love- it is a financial and legal standing that can have a large impact on a couple. A prenuptial agreement is a contract a couple will enter into before marriage in order to lay out agreements and terms. Perks of Having a Prenup Sometimes a prenuptial agreement can be a really good thing for a couple to have before getting ...
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  • Pot Brownie Teen Has Charges Reduced

    || 16-Sep-2014

    In an earlier Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC blog posting, a Texas teenager was facing life in prison over the manufacture of marijuana-spiked brownies. Recently, the charges against the teen were reduced so that he no longer faces such stiff sentencing for the crime. Pot Brownie Baking Teen Relieved The original charge leveled against the teen had him up against a first-degree felony carrying a ...
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  • Social Security & Student Loan Debt

    || 12-Sep-2014

    Rising Number of Seniors with Student Loan Debt In 2006, the number of seniors losing Social Security money due to student loan debt was around 47,500. By 2013, the number reached 156,000 and continues to rise. Recent data places over 2 million Americans over the age of 60 with significant student loan debt. Student loans in delinquency for this age group stands at 12.5%. Up to 15% of a Social ...
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  • A selfie at the scene of a multi-million dollar marijuana grow operation has given law enforcement potential evidence against suspects. During the operation, officers found a phone with potential photos of one of the suspects involved. A tip in June led officers to a four acre field off of Highway 6. Officers waited until mid-August to conduct an in-depth investigation into the grow operation and ...
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  • Frisco Teenager Murders Strict Parents

    || 10-Sep-2014

    A 16-year-old Frisco teenager has been arrested and charged with the murder of his parents. The boy is being held at the Collin County Juvenile Detention Center and he is currently being charged as a juvenile in court for the murders. Kind-Hearted Boy Commits Killings The shooting occurred at 2 a.m. on a Monday. Law enforcement responded to a call about shots being fired and found the boy and his ...
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  • Co-parenting is happens after a divorce when both parents seek to remain active and involved in the lives of their children, even though their family is no longer together as before. Both parents share responsibility for the children while remaining in separate households. Benefits of Co-Parenting After Divorce The adjustment after a divorce can be challenging. Typically in divorce, each parent ...
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  • Deciding when to take advantage of your Social Security benefits can affect your family. What may seem like a good choice at the time can have a huge impact on your family's income, causing financial difficulties and more. What is the Right Social Security Benefit Age Social Security is attached to your lifetime earnings and can provide benefits to spouses, children, help for disability or ...
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  • A Wisconsin man was arrested in East Texas on suspicion of drug and money trafficking, which are federal violations. The United States District Court issued a criminal complaint which charged the man with: Conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute over 5 kilograms of cocaine; and Engaging in interstate and foreign travel or transportation in aid of a racketeering enterprise. The man was ...
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  • A teacher formerly employed at Hurst Junior High School is accused of having sex with his students. Police are asking for anyone with information related to the case to contact law enforcement immediately. One Teacher Involved with Two Students The math teacher maintained relationships with two students over a period of 10 months. The 27-year-old man is accused of engaging in sexual acts with the ...
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  • Texas "Fault & No-Fault" Divorce

    || 2-Sep-2014

    In a divorce, most individuals will choose to label a divorce depending on if it is neutral or not. Grounds can be split into fault and no-fault between parties. In some cases, listing both can greatly help a divorce case. The Difference Between Fault & No Fault A no-fault divorce can be granted when the marriage cannot work due to general conflict, both parties have lived apart for three or ...
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