One of the most devastating consequences of a Texas sex
crime conviction is the possible requirement to register as a sex offender.
This means that even after your prison sentence is served, you will still be
paying for your crime.
Due to your presence on the list, you may experience
In simplest terms, stalking is one person’s unwanted pursuit of another, and by its nature, the crime is not referring to a single event, but a clear pattern of conduct where the offender follows, harasses, or threatens a person.
According to Texas
stalking laws, a person commits the
offense if [...]
The IRS reported that only around 17 percent of all taxpayers fail to comply with tax code, and that about three-quarters of those in non-compliance are individuals, not corporate entities. This means the majority of errors on tax forms each year are being made by people who have no background [...]
The state of Texas imposes severe criminal and civil consequences for anyone convicted of a DWI. However, if you are arrested for a DWI with a child passenger under 15, you can expect even greater consequences.
For example, a Texas woman was recently taking
her five-year-old daughter to school and [...]
Being accused of a crime is a traumatic event in and of itself. During an actual arrest, it is perfectly normal and reasonable that you should lose the ability to think clearly, become flustered and unable to communicate, or even feel scared.
However, it is
imperative you regain your focus [...]