Robbery

Most states describe robbery as theft/larceny of property or money through the offender’s use of physical force or fear against a victim. Where a deadly weapon like a gun is used or the victim experiences injury, the robbery might be … Continued

Sobriety Checkpoints Remain Illegal In Texas

Statistically, Texas ranks as one of the worst states for accidents caused by drunk driving, but the number of drivers pulled over for impaired driving ranks significantly higher. In an effort to curb accidents caused by impaired drivers, a large … Continued

Sexual Assault

Certain laws differ by state, but sexual assault usually alludes to any crime in which the offender exposes the victim to sexual touching that is unwelcome and distasteful. These crimes can extend from sexual groping or assault/battery, to attempted rape. … Continued

Texas Criminal Code: Statute of Limitations

The Statute of Limitations is the time limit that charges can be brought against the alleged perpetrator of a crime. In criminal cases, the state or federal government is the prosecutor and the alleged perpetrator is the defendant. The statute … Continued

Cyber Crime is One Click Away

The age of technology has infiltrated every fiber of life. Computers, cell phones, and pads are always within arm’s reach. Most Americans do not go through the day without touching some type of computerized device with internet access. However, behind … Continued

Public Urination: What You Need to Know

Austin is known for its bars. In fact, It has one of the highest bars per capita in the entire country. Consequently, alcohol-based offenses are relatively common here, from DUIs to DWIs to public intoxication. But there'€™s another offense that … Continued

Avoiding a DWI This Holiday Season

The Christmas holiday season is supposed to be a time of celebration and jolly cheer–the last thing you want to be worrying about is a DWI charge. With holiday parties every weekend, it can be difficult to avoid alcohol while … Continued

Illegal Search and Seizure: What You Need to Know

The 4th Amendment In the U.S. constitution, limits are placed on law enforcement via the 4th Amendment. It limits police’s ability to make unlawful arrests, search people, seize their property and even take contraband like illegal drugs or weapons. You … Continued

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