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- Male Nurses Accused of Committing Elder Abuse Faces Trial and Potentially Six Years in Prison
Two male nurses accused of committing elder abuse faces up to six years in prison if convicted at trial.
- What Happens After a Felony Conviction
A felony charge is pursued by a prosecutor when a serious crime is committed. A federal felony is category of crime that involves breaking a law at the national rather than local level. Both types of felonies carry similar punishment.
- Pretrial Dispositions of Criminal Cases
The vast majority of criminal cases never go to trial. These cases are either disposed of by a plea bargain or dismissed outright. This article explains two common ways by which criminal cases are disposed of in a plea bargain that may also result in a dismissal upon completion.
- Criminal Consequences of a DWI in Texas
The first consequence that most people think of is, of course, jail time. The amount of jail time that can be imposed varies, depending on the level of the offense and the circumstances of the offense.
- Sexual Conduct with a Minor in Arizona - A.R.S. §13-1405
In the Phoenix area or anywhere else in the State of Arizona, an individual can commit the crime of sexual conduct with a minor when they knowingly and intentionally engage in sexual intercourse or oral sexual contact with a person under the age of 18.
- Burglary Offenses in the Tampa Bay Area
Simply put, burglary involves entering a house, structure, business, or vehicle without the consent of the owner and with the intent to commit a criminal offense once inside. Burglary is an invasive property crime that can have some very serious, life altering consequences for the accused person.
- Rape Charges Dropped Against Texas Judge
The Dallas police department dropped charges against a Texas civil court judge after a month-long investigation. According to investigators, the lack of evidence presented in the case meant the charges would never hold up to a conviction in court.
- In Texas, DWI Offenses Do Not Always Involve Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
Did you know that in Texas, DWI offenses do not always involve driving under the influence of alcohol. Also, in Texas a DWI is not the same thing as a DUI. There are many driving under the influence and operating while impaired laws unique to Texas.
- Warrantless Searches in Texas
It is against the law for police or law enforcement officers to search you and your property without a warrant or consent. However, in some cases this does not stop them. That doesn't mean that the evidence obtained against you illegally cannot be used in court though. In some instances, evidence obtained in an illegal or warrantless search can still be used in Texas courts.
- Texas Parks and Wildlife Targeting Drivers Boating Under the Influence
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is zeroing in on boaters and watercraft operators driving under the influence of alcohol. Local task forces have been developed in various high volume boating and recreation areas across Texas.