When facing criminal charges, some people have more complex cases than others. For instance, a charge for a traffic violation may not seem comparable to someone facing serious drug charges. In the latter case, an individual may need to work hard on defense strategies in efforts to avoid severe consequences.
Parenting children after a divorce requires that you and your ex work together. The frequency and extent of this is determined by your child's needs and the current situation. While some people can remain a parenting team after their marriage ends, others find this very difficult.
Money is on the minds of most people quite often. There are certain times in a person's life when financial concerns may rush to the forefront, and divorce is an event that could trigger such concerns. If Texas residents do not understand their financial affairs or how to protect themselves while ending their marriages, they could land in a difficult predicament.
No family wants to suddenly lose a loved one, especially someone of a young age. Unfortunately, fatal incidents happen every day, and car accidents are among the most common. It can be difficult for families of victims to know where to turn after such an event, but some may find it useful to consider their legal options.
Many parents find it joyful and nerve-wracking to watch their children grow and try new things. They often feel nervous sending their kids out on the road as teenagers because car accidents can take place at any time. Unfortunately, young people are not immune to suffering serious or fatal injuries in such events when they occur.
Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies worked together over the past year to perform a series of arrests that targeted gang, drug and gun crimes in the San Antonio area. Police recently arrested seven men who were allegedly members of a local gang that was involved in drug trafficking. According to police, the men were involved with the distribution of cocaine and meth.