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Texas family would benefit from federal criminal defense help

A family from Texas is facing criminal charges for their alleged role in a complex scheme that allegedly involved stolen identities and tickets to the Masters golf tournament. According to the report, this family supposedly used other identities to obtain tickets to this famous event, eventually selling them for a significant profit. Individuals from this family are facing different types of federal charges, and they are surely focused on preparing their federal criminal defense.

Juvenile law: Can minors face murder charges in Texas?

When children are accused of committing crimes, they can face charges and penalties, sometimes even time behind bars. The law recognizes the difference between charges for juveniles and charges against people age 18 and older, but in some juvenile law cases, a child can be charged as an adult. In a recent case in Texas, prosecutors announced the intention to charge a minor as an adult in a murder case.

Drug crimes defense still necessary for marijuana charges

Criminal charges related to marijuana possession can lead to serious penalties under Texas state law. Recently, however, some lawmakers in the state House of Representatives are considering bills that could lessen some of the penalties associated with these offenses. It is not clear whether this proposal will pass in the Senate, and people facing marijuana charges would be wise to still pursue developing a strong defense strategy regarding any formal accusations of drug crimes.

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