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December 2016 Archives

Auto-brewery syndrome explained

While some people may be worried about being charged with drunk driving after consuming alcohol, others need to be concerned even when they have not been drinking. New cases of auto-brewery syndrome have been noted in Texas and other states across the country and are pushing researchers to put more effort into discovering the cause of and cure for this condition.

What happens to children after domestic violence

While many people may believe that abuse is not a significant problem, the facts paint a different picture. Psychology Today reports that 10 million people are abused by an intimate partner every year. That equates to roughly 20 people abused per minute. Women are more often the victims than men and the predicted number of females in abusive relationships is as high as one in three. The number of males in abusive relationships is slightly lower and sits at one in four, but generally the abuse directed at men is less severe than the violent assaults that women face.

What to do when facing marijuana cultivation charges

Many people who cultivate, or grow, marijuana in their home or another facility do so to treat a medical condition. In some cases, that condition could be a severe health issue, like childhood epilepsy in one of their children. In others, the person growing the marijuana is the one with the medical condition. Unfortunately, the state of Texas has highly restrictive rules on the use of medical marijuana, and the average marijuana plant will have too much THC to be considered medicinal under state law.

4 points to know about drug possession charges

Drug charges come with a social stigma that can't be denied. Even if your case doesn't result in a conviction, the fact that you were accused of these charges can often mean that you are branded socially. When you are working on a defense strategy for drug possession charges, you should make sure that you fully understand the charges and the effects they can have on your life.

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