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January 2015 Archives

What are some criminal defense strategies?

So, you're facing a criminal trial in Texas, and now you're worried about what will happen. The first thing you need to do is to make sure you have a defense in place. This defense strategy isn't just meant to help you during your trial; it's also part of the plan to keep you out of the media and to protect your reputation. The priority of anyone creating such a strategy is to find out what the prosecutor plans to say or do in court. By doing this, you can come up with reasonable responses and explanations for anything that prosecutors claim you did.

Defend yourself against child molestation charges in Texas

You spent time in your community building up relationships and getting to know your neighborhood. Now, that's all at risk. Child molestation charges are serious and can impact your life in many ways. Not only can it put your life with your child or other children at risk, but it can also influence the way your friends and family members see you. You may struggle to keep your job due to the allegations, or you could face media outlets that slander your name.

What are some lesser known online solicitation facts?

Online sexual solicitation is defined as being an online communication where someone tries to get a minor to talk about sex when he or she doesn't want to, requests the minor to do something he or she doesn't want to or when the person discusses things with sexual overtones. While in some cases, these chats are meant to lead to an offline meet up, that is most often not the case. In fact, some cases are defined by the solicitation being "flirting," although some people do consider this to be grooming.

Doctors: Prescription drug charges unlikely in Texas

Here's something unusual that you may be interested in hearing about if you think you could be charged for a patient abusing his or her prescription. According to an article from Jan. 4, many doctors in Texas, even those who have violated prescription drug laws, have little to worry about when it comes to prosecution. It's been found that even though there was a 2010 law to crack down on illegal prescribing, fewer than one-third of 83 doctors being punished for drug law violations in the last three years in Texas had criminal charges filed against them.

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