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July 2019 Archives

High school student facing violent crimes charge

Police recently arrested a Texas high school student accused of murdering one of his teachers. The young man's bond was set at $500,000, and he is still in police custody. Although he is still enrolled at his school, it is certainly possible that he might lose out on important educational opportunities because of the violent crimes charge he is currently facing.

Criminal defense: Teen charged for viral ice cream video

Ice cream might be an ideal summer food, but police in Texas say that a teenage girl took things a little too far. She could possibly face a felony charge for tampering with a consumer product, but since she is still a minor she will not be charged as an adult. While it is possible that prosecutors could choose to reduce her charge because she is still a minor, creating a criminal defense for a juvenile is different than doing so for an adult.

Woman charged in fatal drunk driving accident

A recent Fourth of July fireworks celebration ended in the arrest of a woman who allegedly crashed her vehicle into an area that had been blocked off for the celebration. Accused of drunk driving, the woman is facing two counts for intoxication manslaughter, which is a second degree felony. Two minors were killed in the incident.

Criminal defense: Nurse arrested and charged with theft

Texas police arrested a nurse on multiple charges after he allegedly stole vials of medication from his place of work. It's likely that the nurse has been let go from his position, though it was not officially reported. At last update he was still in police custody. He is charged with drug diversion and tampering with a consumer product, both of which usually require a strong criminal defense.

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