Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Depending on the specific fact pattern, it might match the offense known as "Breach of Computer Security" as defined by Texas Penal Code 33.02.
Harassment is also a crime, and one of the ways a person can commit Harassment is by repeatedly sending electronic communication that harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend the recipient.
Grant St Julian III's answer If the allegations filed against you are not true. retain a local attorney, enter a plea of not guilty to the charges and force the State to prove those allegations beyond a reasonable doubt. You have the right to present whatever evidence you have to a jury, and let them decide who is telling the truth. Good luck.
Griffin Klema's answer Maybe. It depends on the relationship between the photographer and the model. Was the model employed? Was there an employment contract? How well known is the model? The photographer likely owns the copyright, but the model may not have licensed her "likeness" (a right of privacy). Facebook likely has a DMCA takedown request form. I suggest looking there firs.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer It might be illegal if you were attempting to make an emergency call. The fact that you wanted to call 911 doesn't mean it was an emergency. The applicable definition of emergency is found in Texas Penal Code 42.062(d)
S. Michael Graham's answer Texas is an employment at will State. I don't feel you would have any legal recourse. You would need to consult with a labor and employment law attorney. Workers' comp deals with on the job injuries
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