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Two dozen to be arraigned on drug charges in Texas court

Arrests on drug charges are rising in Texas, according to recent reports, and the Texas drug scene has been the focus of law enforcement officials since the surge in narcotics-related cases in the state began two years ago. The most recent activity centered on Loredo, Texas, where 24 suspects were arrested and arraigned for connections to a large drug ring located in South Texas. The individuals who were arrested were suspected to be active in the drug scene for years. Experts say that this kind of drug activity poses a threat to society in general, and serious consequences to the overall well-being of the community at large.

Man accused of drunk driving pulled over by Texas police chief

The laws surrounding drunk driving, also known as driving while intoxicated, are strict. Texas drivers with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent for adult drivers over 21 or 0.04 percent for commercial drivers are considered driving impaired. Drivers under the legal drinking age may also be charged with DWI if any detectable alcohol is found in their systems.

Gainesville, Texas, announces decree against domestic violence

Domestic violence is any act of cruelty that one family member inflicts on another family member. While children are also victims of family violence, domestic violence often refers to the victimization of women by their male partners or spouses. In 2012, there were approximately 189,000 reported family violence cases in Texas.

Thirty-year-old Texas woman faces criminal charges

Car accidents have many possible causes. A major cause of car accidents is distracted driving, which includes drunk driving or driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence. Drunk driving is subject to stringent regulations in Texas, just like in other states. In most states, the permitted blood alcohol level is 0.08 percent.

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