Category: Child Endangerment

October
22
2020

It’s a rite of passage most parents look forward to: When their child finally reaches an age where they can be left at home without supervision. Still, it’s the duty of every parent to ensure their child is safe.

Failing to do so can lead to criminal charges, especially if [...]

September
10
2020

Texas is slowly relaxing its laws around marijuana use, but it is still a state where marijuana is illegal. That means that there are some laws surrounding marijuana use that carry some significant penalties.

For example, while smoking or possessing marijuana may not result in jail time on its own, [...]

March
26
2020

No one ever thinks it’ll happen to them – that they’ll leave their child in a hot car. Emerging studies say it happens more than you may wish to think about, though.

What’s more, Texas leads the nation in the bleak statistic of children dying in hot cars. According to [...]

May
4
2018

 

Child endangerment can take many forms, but if you start looking at enough cases, you’ll notice that many of them have something in common. Check out these recent examples to see what we mean:

  1. A San Francisco high school administrator was recently arrested for child endangerment and intoxicated driving.
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March
21
2018

You may be surprised as to what constitutes child endangerment in Texas. In this post, we’ll detail examples under the law and explain the penalties for child endangerment. We’ll also tell you what you can do to fight back if you’re facing charges.

Texas’ Laws on Child Endangerment

Parents and [...]