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DUI suspect scuffles with cops during arrest and injures 3

Drunk drivers pose major threats to anyone on American roads, including Texas. An estimated one-third of all automobile accidents every year involve a driver who was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Although getting drunk drivers off the roads is a priority, it's important not to sweep up innocent people in anti-DUI law enforcement efforts.

Lufkin man held on domestic assault charges

Homes in Houston are, unfortunately, sometimes the scene of violence and abuse, usually directed at women and children. Random violence on the streets from strangers is difficult to comprehend so domestic assault in the home between people who know each other can be even more difficult to understand. After all, why would a spouse or a loved one want to hurt anyone so brutally? More often than not, such instances of assault are recurring and capable of causing irreparable damage.

Following Texas teen's overdose, three face federal drug charges

For a person to be found guilty of drug possession, prosecutors must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant willingly and knowingly had control over an illegal substance or a controlled drug that was not prescribed to the person. To be found guilty of drug trafficking, prosecutors must also prove that the person not only possessed the drug, but intended to sell it. There is much that needs to be presented in order for a person to be found guilty of drug distribution. Proving that any of these necessary factors were not present in a prosecutor's claim can help strengthen a defendant's case.

Four from Texas arrested in alleged shoplifting scheme

Young people are often unaware of just how serious a shoplifting charge can be. Some people are never able to fully expunge the charge from their records. For the rest of their lives, they are haunted by a criminal charge that can greatly affect their ability to find work. Because of this, a strong and aggressive legal strategy is often imperative. With such a strategy, it is sometimes possible to convince a judge to lessen or dismiss a charge altogether.

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