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Highschool Boy In Locker Room After Sexual Assault

Texas Case Alleges Sex Assault by High School Teammates and Coach

Locker rooms of high school and college sports teams have long been associated with pranks and rude behavior. However, a Texas lawsuit alleges that some young basketball players went far beyond traditional locker room conduct. The mother of a high school basketball player in the North Texas town of Perryton is suing the school district… Read More »

Family Arguing Over Will That May Go To Trial

Should You Settle Your Will Contest Case or Go to Trial?

The Texas Probate Code allows interested parties to dispute the validity of a will by filing a lawsuit. Typically, the person who contests a will is someone who would benefit financially if the terms of the document are not enforced. A challenger might have received more property under a previous will or if the decedent… Read More »

Texas Real Estate Lawyer Skilled in Resolving Land Disputes

Texas Bartender Charged with Overserving Drunk Driver Who Caused Fatal Crash

When someone has too much to drink at a restaurant or bar and proceeds to cause a vehicle crash, it might not just be the driver who is in legal trouble. A bartender accused of overserving a patron who went on to kill a Euless police detective in a drunk driving crash was arrested and… Read More »

Despite Decriminalization Measures, Marijuana Possession Still Can Lead to Serious Penalties

As the battle to decriminalize marijuana continues around the country, the fight will be put to a vote soon in San Antonio. A justice and public policy reform organization gathered more than 38,000 signatures from residents, enough to earn the group’s proposed charter a spot on the May 6 ballot. The San Antonio Justice Charter… Read More »

Deferred Adjudication in Texas DWI Cases

Deferred Adjudication Community Supervision in DWI Cases

If you are charged with driving while intoxicated in Texas, even as a first offense, you face the prospect of jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and a suspension of your driver’s license if you are convicted. However, as a first offender you may be able to avoid a conviction and some or all… Read More »

Using Self Defense Against Protesters

Can you defend yourself and your property against protesters? The recent disorder and riots around the country have generated interest in the topic – if you are assaulted or threatened by rioters how much force can you use to defend yourself, your family and your property? Here’s a fairly common scenario. You’re driving in your… Read More »

What Types of Personal Injury Claims Might Result from COVID-19 Exposure?

COVID-19 exposure has led to a litany of serious health issues and tens of thousands of deaths. Though everyone’s health is top priority, afflicted individuals and family members of those who have been lost might wonder what type of claims can be brought in relation to coronavirus infections. Though each case is unique and it… Read More »

What are Considered Essential Businesses Under States’ COVID-19 Rules?

During the coronavirus pandemic, previously bustling locations from malls to urban downtowns have gone eerily quiet. But your local pizza place might still be open, along with restaurants that can survive on takeout and delivery orders and, of course, grocery stores. After all, keeping people fed during an epidemic is critical, and food delivery and… Read More »

How Can Someone Be Punished if They Violate a COVID-19 Stay at Home Order?

Across the country, stay-at-home orders have strained law enforcement and tested how far states and municipalities are willing to go to enforce the orders. These directives have triggered controversy and confusion, as standards sometimes differ from town to town or county to county. In certain instances, people who have violated government edicts designed to reduce… Read More »

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Your Pending Bankruptcy Proceeding

Every part of the country has been affected by the coronavirus. Like restaurants, arenas and other locations where people assemble for business or pleasure, most courts have been closed. If you are in the midst of a bankruptcy proceeding, your case might be delayed, handled telephonically or be otherwise disrupted due to the pandemic. Furthermore,… Read More »