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4 Types of Criminal Homicide in Texas
4 Types of Criminal Homicide in Texas

Merriam-Webster defines homicide as, “a killing of one human being by another.” In Texas, criminal homicide is covered under Title 5, Chapter 19 of the Texas Penal Code. Under Section 19.01 of the Penal Code it states: “A person commits criminal homicide if he intentionally, ...

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Blog posts in February, 2018

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