Money doesn't buy everything, and even though you're very well off, you still face the threat of a domestic violence charge. You've been accused of actions you did not commit, and now you're not sure what to do.
The Texas House of Representatives passed House Bill 21, which creates a domestic violence registry that will look like the one used for the Texas Sex Offender Registration Program. Once Bill 21 goes into effect, a person convicted of domestic violence at least three times will have to register as a repeat offender. For a registered offender, the state will place the name of the individual online. Along with the name will be the birth date and recent photograph. Anyone will be able to view the information for free.