August 17, 2019

Houston Officials Agree To Implement New Bail System

In a landmark agreement between Houston’s Harris County Commissioners, a new bail system is finally ready to implement. In a settlement in which a federal judge deemed the current Texas bail system to be unconstitutional, there has been a new design that has brought new revolutionary standards to the Texas legal system. We will elaborate […]

August 7, 2019

Texas DPS Officers Reportedly Told Not To Arrest For Low-Level Marijuana Cases In Response To New Hemp Law

There have been a lot of changes in the legislation regarding marijuana over the years. Perception towards the plant has been dramatically shifted and for some states, that means making it legal. For others, they remain in adamant dissent. For Texas, there’s not as much certainty. In fact, after a new law was formally passed, […]

July 19, 2019

Court Costs Are Getting More Expensive

A recent House Bill eliminated the surcharges that kept over half a million Texas drivers off the road (or at least, without a license). But, as if to say, “I’ve got some good news and some bad news,” court costs will also increase dramatically. The cost for traffic court cases is going up by $50 […]

July 13, 2019

Massive Recall on DWI Test Tubes

In recent news, we have learned that more than 10,000 DWI cases are now in question, due to a recall of the testing devices used to collect and preserve blood evidence in these cases. This is a hugely unfortunate incident, but the discovery seems to come right on time. Just last month, we discussed the […]

June 12, 2019

Traffic Laws Are Constantly Changing!

There have been a lot of alterations to the legislation for traffic laws recently. Keeping track of them may be difficult. Especially if you are busy all day and not constantly checking the new revisions and amendments. In order to keep your protected, information is highly valuable. That’s why we want to provide our readers […]

June 11, 2019

New Legislation Places A Ban On Red Light Cameras

On the afternoon of the first day in June, there were changes made to legislation on a controversial topic. Red light cameras have been an intriguing topic for lawmakers since their origin. They have been brought onto the streets, ridiculed, lauded. Overall, they have caused huge changes to driving in Texas. Not all of them […]

May 17, 2019

Misdemeanor or Felony Assault Charge? Know The Difference

Assault might seem like a self-explanatory charge, but as in the case with other charges, there are levels to each offense. Assault can be considered either a misdemeanor or an assault, depending on the context in which the assault occurred. Furthermore, a person can be charged with one of three classes (for misdemeanors) or degrees […]

May 14, 2019

Not Every Speeding Ticket Is The Same

When you are driving, it can be easy to overlook your speed. This is one of the most popular incidents on the road. People are always being pulled over for these sorts of citations and it’s always a tedious experience. You will have to go through all of the banal procedures that can take tons […]

April 26, 2019

Mythbusting: Traffic Tickets

Mythbusting: Traffic Tickets There are quite a few myths surrounding traffic tickets. Believing these false rumors can put you in an even worse legal situation. Below we tackle a few of these myths so you can have the right information. From there, you can make wise legal decisions and save yourself a lot of time […]

April 19, 2019

What Happens to My Assets If I Don’t Have a Will?

Who inherits your property and wealth when you pass away? If you don’t have a will, you can’t be sure. A conversation with your family, a signed letter, nor a recording will guarantee that your final wishes will be granted. A valid will ensures that your valuables go exactly where you want them to. But […]