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Texas Crime: Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle
Texas Crime: Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle

It’s not out of the ordinary to borrow someone else’s vehicle, especially when you don’t have your own car, or when yours is in the shop getting repaired. Usually, when people borrow someone else’s vehicle, they do so from a partner, a spouse, another family member, from a ...

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Blog posts in August, 2016

  • Invasive Visual Recording Charges in Texas

    With the advances in digital technology, seemingly “innocent” acts are now becoming criminal offenses. For instance, a person may take a picture or ...

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  • Crimes That Prevent U.S. Citizenship

    With its proximity to the Mexican Border, Texas has a large immigrant population. The vast majority of immigrants that come to live and work in Texas, ...

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  • How Social Security Disability Works

    Many of us take our health for granted; we don’t think much about disability until something happens to us. According to the Social Security ...

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  • How Crimes are Classified in Texas

    According to the Texas Penal Code, criminal offenses are separated into misdemeanors and felonies. Of the two classifications, misdemeanors are less ...

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  • What is Parole?

    If you are facing possible prison time in Texas, you will soon be learning about parole. While you’ve heard about parole throughout your life, you may ...

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  • Assaultive Offenses in Texas

    Each state has established its own laws for violent crimes and the language varies slightly from state-to-state. In Texas, the majority of violent ...

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  • How Permanent Residents Apply for Citizenship

    If you wish to become a U.S. citizen, citizenship will come with many opportunities, as well as responsibilities, but it’s a very exciting endeavor ...

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  • What Happens After a Crime is Committed?

    If you have reason to believe that you are a suspect in a criminal investigation, you may be curious about how Texas law enforcement agencies conduct ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Burglary in Texas?

    If you, or someone you love has been accused of burglary in Texas, you could be facing serious criminal charges. Under Section 30.02 of the Texas ...

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