I'm not sure but the first place I would try is chapter 46 of the Texas Penal Code and just mentally replace the word "club" with "baton." Here is the link: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm
I have looked in the constitution and found no provision requiring state executives to be called governors. So was curious if it was in federal law or if there is no law barring the change and that legislatures only need approve it and it shall be done?
All public representatives, and lawyers, take an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. Numerous Supreme Court decisions make it clear that none of them, including the police, have any duty to "protect the people," and frankly, we're all safer that way.
My husband and I were served with a summons/citation for modify custody by a 3rd party but the petitioner was DCCPS and petition was in this 3rd parties name. Also, mine had the official stamp and my husband's did not. The petition contained request for temp. orders, TPO, affidavit and... Read more »
The Declaration of Independence is an interesting historical document that explains why the colonists revolted against the rule of King George but it does not have the authority of law in the United States. In fact, between the time of the Declaration and our current Constitution a different...Read more »
There's considerable discussion and material on this case online. It could take some effort to narrow the issues down to the specific manner outlined in the description above. One starting point could be the U.S. Supreme Court's blog -...Read more »
A Texas attorney should advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with a Texas attorney with time looming, you could check with the judge's clerk on your case. Based on your description, it sounds like a note of issue has been filed and that you may be...Read more »
Provide a copy of the video to your friend's criminal defense attorney.
See chapter 14 of the Code of Criminal Procedure if you are curious about the list of situations where a peace officer can make an arrest without a warrant. https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.14.htm
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to address such a situation with a quick response. Aside from applicable Texas rules for attorneys, it could hinge on what you used the attorney for in the past, what she or he knows about you, any...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter, it could be conflict, maybe not be the readily apparent type where an attorney could not simultaneously represent two parties of opposed interests in the same transaction (such as both sides in a...Read more »
Code enforcement made a false accusations and had our water turned off,his accusation was that there was a water source going into a RV that is used as storage,he went as far as to say that he had pictures, which he couldn't of had because there is no water going into or out since it was... Read more »
Permanent residents may receive FAFSA. There might be other reasons that they might want you to pay it back, like for fraud. As for you being a permanent resident, it won't have any effect on citizenship.
After failing a driving test, the DPS tester got out of the car, and instructed my daughter to drive around and park the car, while I was waiting in the designated area. While doing so, she hit another car. As a result my insurance premium got significantly higher. I am pretty sure that the tester... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best here, but your questions remain open for four weeks. It looks like a case where the defense could possibly ask jurors to question why student driver's operation of motor vehicle was not supervised by licensed family member, if that was feasible. At this...Read more »
A Texas attorney is best qualified to answer this question, but you await an answer for three weeks. As a GENERAL premise, if a matter is dismissed on the merits (for something substantive - not something technical such as "this is the wrong court, you must bring your action in a different...Read more »
I'm 61 in real trouble for first time in my life. I'm told back in 70's I had a charge for something to do with stealing property out of a car. First I've heard of it so I told them just that. My current sentencing has been delayed until more info fount saying I was charged .... Read more »
You must have this conversation with your attorney; no one in this forum has any idea who told you about, "back in 70's (there was) a charge for something to do with stealing property out of a car". Good luck.
Hi, I've been deported twice from the U.S , I was under age both times, because I went with my parents. Let's say I start a company, and it goes very well... I mean multi-billionaire company, and I want to open a subsidiary company there, is there a chance for the immigration to approve it?
Not enough information. If the most recent entry was after April 1, 1997, then you may be subject to INA 212(a)(9)(C). If the most recent entry was before April 1, 1997, then you aren't subject to that section. Also, if the second entry was with inspection, you might not be subject to 9C....Read more »
After the UA, I was ordered to enroll in a program I'd have to attend twice weekly, in addition to 2 NA meetings/wk. I was able to find a nearby NA group, which I've been attending. But the other program is 25 miles away from me, I no longer drive b/c of my illness, & the nearest... Read more »
You are clearly willing to work on your drug issue. It appears you are a Probation officer's most challenging case: a probationer in need of help who is trying to get the help, who cannot because of money! You can tell your PO that "back sliding" is the most prevalent issue facing...Read more »
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