In Texas, the regulations regarding discharging firearms within city limits can vary depending on local ordinances and specific circumstances. However, in more rural areas like Douglassville, there might be less restrictive regulations due to the larger land size and lower population density....View More
In rural areas of Montgomery County, Texas, where property might be unrestricted, there usually isn't a fixed limit on the number of pets you can have. However, it's crucial to consider some practical aspects.
While local regulations might not impose strict pet counts, it's...View More
Texas, emancipation is the legal process of becoming independent from one's parents or guardians before reaching the age of majority. When a minor is emancipated, they are considered a legal adult and responsible for their own welfare, including finding housing.
I was prescribed meds that would be much greater than the side effects of . I was charged with the crime that I have no knowledge of even happening. Am I still able to be charged if the doctor has submitted written statements stating as much? Drugs that are much stronger than the side effects of... View More
In Texas, there is an affirmative defense available for mental defects. However, a doctor's note is not enough to keep you from being prosecuted. You can still be charged with a crime, regardless of your medicine or prescription and it's side effects.
I was arrested and had to post over $720 in bonds to get out jail for 2 no registration tickets and a disorderly conduct ticket. One no registration ticket I was guilty of. The other was dismissed. The disorderly conduct ticket was issued to me by a police officer that was not at the scene when... View More
The "mediation" with the prosecutor is not a trial, you are not entitled to confront your accuser, therefore your rights were not violated. You were entitled to be represented by Counsel at that proceeding, did you have a PD? Private attorney? Why not? You need to speak with a criminal...View More
A cop writes the complaint, but sworn to by a clerk, then cop (the complainant) is nowhere to be heard from again & you find yourself sparring w/judge only, at what should have been a jury trial, prosecutor says nothing. Through all our objections & asking where the plaintiff was, the judge... View More
I am interested in buying a home that the seller disclosed that permits were not taken out for renovations. What are the implications of this to me as the buyer? Any legal action, penalty fees, issues selling the home in the future, etc. thank you!
If you buy a house and it does not have all the permits or lacks other necessary documents that were required for building or the like, you can apply to the City or County to have the permits done, Nunc Pro Tunc ( Now for Then ).
Sometimes it is a tough road and very expensive. Sometimes...View More
In April of 2020 I bought 2 preowned vehicles both combined equaling to 12 thousand dollars. When I bought them and I was with my ex and do to insurance reasons and my poor driving record he convinced me to put the cars in his name so it would be cheaper to put insurance on the car. After 3 months... View More
It will help your case if you have documentary evidence of your factual allegations including documentation that you paid for the cars and any text or SMS messages from your boyfriend contemporary to the time you bought the cars.
Depending on where you live, your subdivision, city or county may have a noise ordinance and you can ask that they send someone out to measure the decibels produced by the pump and see if it violates the ordinance. If that does not work, you could ask the oil company if they are using a muffler on...View More
Many Texas cities have websites. Often, a city’s code of ordinances is linked on its website. If not, the office of the city secretary maintains a city’s ordinances which are publicly accessible. You can go to that office and ask to see and copy the city’s noise ordinance.
The question is whether the complaint (the formal charging instrument) was filed with the court within the 2 year statute of limitations period from the date of alleged offense. Calling a lawyer would help. Good luck.
I was on probation for DWLI not dwi I failed to complete my probation was arrested bonded out, called court house coordinator when court date came I didn’t get answer so I left voicemail and didn’t appear that day, warrant was issued bondsman made contact with me I told him I called left... View More
You should speak with your lawyer about the matter and consult with your attorney about notices regarding court dates. If your failure to appear is due to mistake, especially if not of your own making, you should inform the court of this to prevent any repercussions of a failure to appear.
We are joint owners of the car no "and/or" on the title. Just has her name and my name. She has had a gps tracker put on it, and whenever she thinks I am somewhere I shouldn't be, she will have the car towed. What can I do, if anything.
The question above is relating to two people, one is the seller withholding information and the items purchased and the other is the buyer being lied to and cohearce into helping the seller to pay for their bills and will not deliver the paid goods unless paid otherwise. Is this extorsion, can you... View More
Law enforcement might refuse to get involved because it is NOT a crime unless there is reason to believe that the seller already had the INTENT to keep the money without delivering the goods AT THE MOMENT the money changed hands. Basically, a scam.
I was the victim of an assault from my ex. He was eventually charged (months after the assault) because I stayed in contact with the police department's Professional Standards Unit. The detective on the case was non responsive until PSU got involved. When the charges were pressed, the charge... View More
There doesn't sound like anything else to do in terms of criminal law. However, in civil law you could seek a protective order based on family or dating violence... and perhaps even stalking based on the voicemails. You might be able to sue him for the cost of medical treatment but unless...View More
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