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March 2012 Archives

Houston man's arson trial is delayed due to brain tumor

The trial for the man accused of burning down a Houston, Texas, furniture store has been delayed because the man's defense team successfully argued that he is not competent to stand trial. According to reports, the man has a nonmalignant brain tumor, which has impaired his cognitive and physical abilities. This medical ailment has left the man unable to adequately participate in his own property crimes defense. After the man recuperates, the trial will resume.

Hefner's son pleads no contest to domestic violence charge

Relationships are often very complicated in nature. Sometimes when a Houston couple gets into a verbal confrontation, emotions run wild and the situation can very quickly escalate out of control. In these types of situations, even the most cool, collected people can act out of character, doing things they normally would never consider.

Houston man's death sentence on appeal

Over 10 years ago, a young Houston man was sentenced to death for killing a police officer, yet he has always maintained his innocence. Even though no physical evidence has come forward, the man is still faces execution. Now, he is pursuing his appeal even further by claiming that he has not been represented by adequate criminal defense attorneys.

TCU students charged after prescription drug bust

After completing a drug sting operation, Texas law enforcement officials have arrested numerous individuals who are apparently connected to a Texas Christian University drug ring. Most recently, cops have arrested two more people on drug offenses, in addition to three others previously apprehended. Most of those arrested are students or graduates of the university and have been accused of delivering prescription drugs and marijuana.

Heavy Texas court fees used for wrong purposes

When someone faces criminal charges in Texas courts, not only do they face the prospect of spending time in court, but they are also expected to pay a series of costly court fees. The intent of the fees is to help maintain the court system, but an independent analysis recently revealed that those funds are being used for projects entirely unrelated to the courts. If you are dealing with a criminal case, it is important that you understand where your money is going.

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