Police in Texas recently arrested two people -- a man and a woman -- they say were involved in an identity theft incident. In addition to charges for identity theft, the woman was also charged with possessing a firearm as a felon, forging a financial instrument and marijuana possession. The man was charged with identity theft and marijuana possession. These types of charges are serious and often require an astute focus on criminal defense planning.
Facing drunk driving charges in Texas is serious. State laws are tough on intoxicated drivers, and a conviction can lead to penalties that can change the course of your life. Whether it is your first offense or you have previous DWI convictions on your record, it is in your interests to start working on your defense strategy as soon as possible.
Texas football fans might be most familiar with Vince Young as the former quarterback for the Titans, but he recently made headlines for his alleged actions off of the field. According to reports, the former football player was recently arrested on drunk driving charges in Texas. Reportedly, this is Young's second DUI arrest.
Texas authorities recently filed additional charges against a rancher already accused of stealing livestock. The defendant is facing multiple felony theft crimes, and, if convicted, he could spend a significant period of time behind bars. Police are currently still investigating the allegations of cattle theft and are seeking additional information from potential witnesses, so it is possible that additional charges could be forthcoming.
Criminal charges can have real-life implications outside of the courtroom. Aside from serving jail time or paying out steep fines, some people find that their situations can even affect their employment. This was apparently the case for a Texas teacher who was recently arrested for a drunk driving accident.