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Blog Posts in 2018

  • New Texas Law Means Those Convicted of DWI May Be Able to Seal Their Record

    Texas has recently passed a new law that will change its record sealing system. Under the new legislation, people who have been convicted of DWI (driving while intoxicated) may be able to seal their record. This is also known as the non-disclosure of a conviction record, and is granted on a case by case basis. Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Law It went into effect on September 1, 2017 ...
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  • Harris County Grand Jury Witness Harassed by Houston Cop

    A Houston police officer has been accused of threatening and harassing a Harris County grand jury witness, and has been proven to serve on a minimum of at least 9 other grand juries. Unfortunately, there has been a history of Houston grand juries being infiltrated by police, probation officers, correction officers, and various people in law enforcement or other areas of the criminal justice ...
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  • Dismissal of Adderall Cases Across the State Of Texas

    On September 1, 2015, a bill went into effect that outlawed dozens of chemical formulas commonly used for street drugs. In an effort to ensure people with prescription drugs were not caught in the legislation, the bill allowed FDA-approved drugs to be exempt from felony charges. The ramifications of this means those found in possession of illegal drugs such as Adderall may only be charged with a ...
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  • Pilots Allowed to Fly Without Regular Criminal Background Checks

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) claims that its standard for airline pilots is “good moral character.” However, it fails to conduct regular criminal background checks on its pilots. A recent investigation by WFAA-TV showed evidence that many pilots in Texas and other states were flying even though they had serious criminal convictions. The Sobering Truth The WFAA-TV investigation ...
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  • Attorney Joseph Gutheinz to Give a Speech

    Attorney Joseph Gutheinz will be giving a speech before the International Air and Transportation Safety Bar in Washington, D.C. this year. The subject of the address will be on his investigations into the fire and collision of the Mir Russian space station. The space station operated in low Earth orbit from 1986 to 2001 and experienced several accidents that threatened the station’s safety. ...
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  • 2009 Fort Hood Shooter Caught in Years of Appeals, Cannot Represent Himself

    When Nidal Hasan carried out a violent shooting spree in Fort Hood back in 2009, it appeared he had the intent to become a martyr. He did not put up any notable resistance to his charges during his trial and chose to represent himself. Given the severity of his crimes, Hasan was given the death penalty, and it is believed he thought his execution would be expedited. But the opposite appears to be ...
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