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April 2013 Archives

Golf cart racing results in DWI conviction for Texas man

Over the last few decades, the forms of transportation that people use to get around have undergone some dramatic changes. From scooters and Segways to racing-grade cycles and recumbent bikes, people have considerably more exciting options of getting from Point A to Point B.

Golf cart racing results in DWI conviction for Texas man

Over the last few decades, the forms of transportation that people use to get around have undergone some dramatic changes. From scooters and Segways to racing-grade cycles and recumbent bikes, people have considerably more exciting options of getting from Point A to Point B.

State senator proposes mandatory drug testing for all prospective candidates

Last week, the Texas Legislature considered two controversial proposals concerning whether applicants for welfare or unemployment should be required to pass a drug test in order to receive benefits. Now, one senator is taking things one step further by asking state lawmakers to consider a proposal concerning whether applicants for public office must be required to pass a drug test.

State senator proposes mandatory drug testing for all prospective candidates

Last week, the Texas Legislature considered two controversial proposals concerning whether applicants for welfare or unemployment should be required to pass a drug test in order to receive benefits. Now, one senator is taking things one step further by asking state lawmakers to consider a proposal concerning whether applicants for public office must be required to pass a drug test.

Will criminal cases in Texas soon be subject to uniform discovery requirements?

There is perhaps no greater injustice imaginable than locking someone up in a state penitentiary for a crime that they didn't commit. In fact, statistics show that the number of wrongful convictions here in the state of Texas is astoundingly high with 117 people being exonerated over the last 25 years.

Will criminal cases in Texas soon be subject to uniform discovery requirements?

There is perhaps no greater injustice imaginable than locking someone up in a state penitentiary for a crime that they didn't commit. In fact, statistics show that the number of wrongful convictions here in the state of Texas is astoundingly high with 117 people being exonerated over the last 25 years.