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April 2019 Archives

Police lied on search warrant, drug crimes charges dropped

Texas police often use evidence collected during raids to pursue criminal charges against certain individuals. However, some of these charges are not based in fact or credible evidence, which can be extremely frustrating for defendants. In the case of one man facing charges for alleged drug crimes, a botched raid led to what he says was a wrongful arrest. The charges have since been dropped.

Indicted by a grand jury? What does it mean?

Police questioned you, maybe several times, about the circumstances of a recent crime. Perhaps police detained you for a while, and you felt nervous about what might happen. Then, maybe they released you, and you didn't hear anything more about the case for days, weeks or longer.

Trivago spokesperson Tim Williams arrested for drunk driving

Texas residents who like to travel might be familiar with the travel website Trivago as well as its television personality, Tim Williams. Williams is featured in many of the Trivago commercials and is frequently referred to as simply the "Trivago Guy." However, Williams future as the company spokesperson could be in question after his recent drunk driving arrest.

Texas police charge 2 women for baby goat theft

An exotic goat has died after it was allegedly stolen by two women in Texas. Both women are facing charges for theft of an exotic livestock as well as for engaging in an organized criminal activity. One of the women is also facing charges for aggravated assault using a deadly weapon. At least two other people might have also been involved in the alleged theft, but it is unclear if police plan to pursue any additional arrests.

Man facing multiple drunk driving charges after wreck

A Texas man was recently arrested for allegedly causing an accident that injured a police officer. Police charged the driver with intoxication assault of a police officer, but this is apparently not his first drunk driving offense. He was previously arrested and charged with a DWI back in Jan. 2019.

Drug crimes arrest prompts superintendent's resignation

School officials often live in a public spotlight where their every action is closely examined and criticized. This can make dealing with sensitive matters extremely difficult. This might be the case for a former superintendent who recently resigned from his position following an arrest regarding drug crimes charges.

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