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Is Joyriding the Same as Stealing a Car?
Is Joyriding the Same as Stealing a Car?

What Is Joyriding? “Joyriding” is a colloquial term for taking a car without permission. In Texas, the law doesn’t use the term. Instead, it is officially a crime to use a vehicle without authorization from its owner. Joyriding is not the same as grand theft auto. The key ...

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Blog posts in Juvenile Offenses

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    If your son or daughter is facing criminal charges and they are under the age of 18, you may be wondering if your child will be prosecuted as an ...

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  • Sealing of Juvenile Records

    If you’re a parent of a minor child who has gotten into trouble with the law, you’re probably very concerned about their juvenile records and how they ...

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  • Sealing Juvenile Records in Texas

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  • About Texas Expunctions

    Just about all of us have made a bad mistake before. Sometimes we were at the wrong place at the wrong time, or we misjudged others’ character and ...

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  • Juvenile Justice in Texas

    If you are a parent whose son or daughter has gotten in trouble with the wrong side of the law, you probably have a lot of questions , and reasonably ...

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  • Parental Responsibility Laws in Texas

    As a parent, you’re probably aware that you’re legally and morally responsible for many, if not all, of your child’s actions. When your child is ...

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  • Can the Public Attend Texas Court Proceedings?

    Are you a crime victim who is interested in attending a court proceeding? Or, are you a family member of a crime victim, or even the accused who has a ...

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  • About the Texas Juvenile System

    Most Texans are fully aware that like Arizona and Florida, Texas has some of the harshest penalties for crimes in the nation. With that in mind, many ...

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  • Juveniles: How to Behave in Court

    Each year, nearly 7,000 children and teens between the ages of 10 and 17 enter the juvenile justice system in Texas. It just so happens that the ...

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